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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

s I kil.ixx-iT • • • • • t • • • • • • • • ■ • • • • • • • • • •I 0 • I ; c t t I JOE PALOOKA © 1939. McN«ught Syndicate, Inc. By HAM FISHER MEBBE THESE'LL HELP VOUSE SLEEP.THE FELLA AT THE DRUG STORE SAVS THAT SHUTTIN' OUT SOUNDS IS THE BEST THING PER INSOMNIER. X HOPE i- SOMETHIN' WILL. I'LL GO NUTS IP X DON'T GIT A NIGHTS SLEEP.' THAT'S ^ GREAT. G'NITE AN' X HQPE VOUSE SLEEP WELL. BOY/ THEY'RE SWELL YA DON'T EVEN KNOW THEY'RE IN YER EARS, AN' YA DON'T HEAR. A THINGc I'M GITTIN' SLEEPY A - A - A - H -H'H-H // WHAT A HONEY QP A SLEEP X HAD. " . c ALREADY. GOSH IT'S LATE. CTOE MUST OP GONE OUT ALREADY. CRABBY OLD PHOOF -HE M1GHTA ANSWERED WHEN I SAID GOOD MORNINGS GEE ITS QUIET. THAT LA GUARDIA ANTY-NOISE GAG HAS SURE CUT OUT A LOTTA RACKET IN THIS MAN'S TOWN. 3 [YA CRKTY POOL HON* HONK/ >' L-LOOK OUT L-LOOK OU- 1 HMMM THAT nm MANIAC in ^ 1 v YURROP'LL (bIT m HIS ONE A M THESE DAYS. P WA WONDER HOW \ MY STOCKS HEY YOU/ * Cf?KS\\/ HEV WALSH/ . HEY KNOBBY/ HE'LL BE SORRY IP HE THIN...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

r- '- ■ -■ vTj,' --^"i IfH THE CAPTAI MAMA IS PLAYING HOOKY TO TEACH THE CAPTAIN AND THE KIDS A LESSON AND THEY DON'T LIKE ITf ■w ■"■' 11 '' md THE KIDS By R. Dirks mmmV in i.i i„ ii;. .1. I..I .fliill. . ;.r / >—«— | I l v#>^pv golly SHIP AHOY/ FOR 1 ( NOT A SPECK }+? OH MAMA •' DER LUFF OF PETE { 1 IN SIGHT; V/AREAVAY* mmmm "m CHIMINY — V/OTASHAFE! MIGHT BE I BETTER HIDE MIT DER QUEEN AV/HILE $to*iTkdS> wmmi YEP, NIGHTOWLERS . UND HOOKY PLAYERS ) /%WHAW> ISS GETTING LOINED /( WAIT'LL T TELL A LESSON IN MY TAMBLY.' HM- LOOKS LIKE DER MACHE5TY FLOO-ED DER COOP ALSO.* THE WORM? AN-1 TOLD HIM NOT TO LEAVE THE HOUSE! TEE. HEE r WOTS SAUCE FOR DER 155 5AUCE FOR DER GEEZERS, ^ 1 betchaW HIS MAJESTY? y Vl -ssl. vj V Vl/jSL ■' ; \m YOU DON'T SAY 9 SURE,SHE'S WITH THE QUEEN GIVING YOU BIRDS THE RA'ZBERRY LOOK THEY ALIKE rijCj, OXPECIALLY CAPTAIN VOOPS 111! v?£>/KK s ft 1 % v % v , lv c i N anl thl 5:sf a mil ail M I tl 2| ft hi al 4 HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE (fty BEST MEN xjAVE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

j§p@I • vi v'SuR•>>Vk V i •..'Sitj • ."'i .•.•>'. sOTl9flM£€ W1 1"w■ ■ if * * * * ' Merkel Man Killed In Truck Crash Near Sweetwater C c- t Death Car Skid Nearly 40 Feet; Passenger Hurt Driver Dies At Hospital; Owner Of Vehicle Escapes Without Any Injuries One man was fatally Injured, another slightly hurt and the third escaped unharmed at 5:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in a traffic accident about eight miles east of town. J. O. Keener, 26, Merkel, ap- parently lost control of the truck he- was driving, the mach- ine skidding across the pave- ment into a soft shoulder and plowing into a field 40 feet off the right-of-way. As the truck hurdled the barbed wire high- way fence, Keener was thrown clear of the wreckage, his skull fractured, chest crushed and pelvis bone broken. He was removed in a Yates ambulance to the Sweetwater hospital, where he died four minutes later from hemorr- hages. Riding with Keener were B. L. Bond, owner of the truck, and S. Reynolds, both of Mer- ke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

San Francisco Open FRANCESCO — (UP) — lick Metz, handsome young Chi- cago professional, scored his second straight major triumph in' the winter golf tour by de- feating Horton Smith, the tall Joplin, Mo., stylist, 1 up in the 36-hole finals of the $5,000 San Francisco open at the Lakeside course. The victory netted Metz $1,- 000. He won $1,200 in the Oak- land open k;st Monday. Today's victory came on the strength of one of the greatest comebacks in the nine year his- tory of the tournament. Smith, whose runner-up check was $600, stepped into the lead at the first hole and stayed in front until the 25rh. Several times he had a mar- gin of three up on Metz who is the professional at A. D. Las- ker's private Mill Road farm course iu Chicago. At tile end of IS holes Smith, using his great putting skill ef- fectively. was two up. It looked1, like a runaway when he woTi the 20tli with a par four as XJetz three-putted. . But Metz. whovhas not been ov- er par in five rounds at Oakland and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

4 . $l.n.'''■ a >. ■ " P-5P m SBpf* mm 7ATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS i t * IK QQgMm Remakes Qermany To Suit Himself In Six Ye i > t • Industry Cains Despite Nazi Persecutions Few of Reich Subjects Are Believed Behind Anti-Jew Campaigns EDITOR'S NOTE—Adolf Hitler came into power in Germany six years ago next Monday. Since that date— January 30, 1033—Germany has gone through an unprc-.. cedented change — a change that has profoundly affected world affairr and that is still incomplete. By FREDERICK OECHSNER United Press Correspondent BERLIN — Nazi Germany will be six years old next Mon- day and, if you were a German returning home for the first time since 1933, you might fail to recognize the fatherland. Opponents of the nazi regime at home and abroad emphasize many unfavorable developments as a discredit to the new Ger- many or as illustrating weak- nesses of the Reich. Nazi leaders recite an impressive list of ach- ievements. But, in any event, there have been profound changes throug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

ftlGE FOUR .mi.>1111) of Christ, if we hold MONDAY, JANUARY 23, of eternity. All lU«gi aid tkkgitocome. PHRASE-MAKERS THAT GIVE YOU A PAIN Those men and women who in their speech-making and writing use the phrase "making democracy work," give us a pain in the neck. Use of such a statement ig an insult to the founders of the republic and the able statesmen and people who have lived since the glorious beginning of our country. History records those won- derful years before the advent of this doctrine which besmirchs the past history of the nation. "Making democracy work." well this writer would like to ask them what happened before such ideas were borrowed from the cesspools of Europe to be spouted to sane American people. Under the first 145 years of our democracy this country fash- ioned the highest standard of living on earth. It built up such a surplus of wealth that since 1930 the Federal government has borrowed 25 billion dollars against it. That looks like our democracy has ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

e 9 1 9 !. o 0 0 i 0 9 i i 1 " l!- cl 0 .v e g e d <*/ it o y o 111 '■' . ■ r'f ' . V ... - - :■ EP> BF3I repaired or duplicated. J. F. MAJORS, J. B. MAJOBM * ALICE B. WILMOT, B.8. Phc. Graduate In CHIROPRACTIC Physlotheraphy, Electro therapy, i Massage and Nnru- ing. Technician In colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. Li. 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 HJGHBBT QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed.... Hats, Cleaned ifU and Blocked ... *WV Hults, Cleaned aa. and Pressed ...: "W Cash and Carry \ • 1 j .... i 1 . r 1 ■*""f , WASH TUBUS AND EASt 99 fpeetwater s Own Cartoonist VOGUE CLEANERS 314 Oak St. Phone 2089 -Kipr 'mmi. ■ P|a no-Accordion Piano and piano accordion lessons. 50c each. Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 January 1939

Given Support tarsi Aspiration*' Of feKbt State Must Be if i Mussolini Claims ROME — (UP) — In his first public statement on Italy's demands against France since they were raised in the cham- ber of deputies nearly two months ago, Premier Benito MtMsolini told 5,000 farmers that Italy will "stand firm" in ach- ieving her Mediterranean aspi- rations. II Duce, in the black uniform of a fascist jnilitia corporal, spoke at Rome's Argentina the- ater shortly after the semiof- ficial government organ Rela- zioni Internazionali asserted that Europe will be plunged in- to a terrible war unless Italy's demands are satisfied. Mussolini interrupted his 15- minute talk on wheat growing to tell the farmers of "the absurd fabrications being spread abroad against Italy by the enemies of fascism" and asked: "Do you want to hear the lat- est? It is not published here yet because it just arrived this morning. "According to a French pre- Only 8 More Days To Pay 1938 City Taxes Pay now and avoid penalt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

6 \ 4 0 o / 0 0 0 0 Is |h |e- o rt o I V ' to i' i lovsewni WILMA KENNEDY 17. TESTIFIES IN MURDER TRI ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ -A *★★★★★ * ********** Loyalist Defenses Faltering; Barcelona Doomed British, French And Americans Are Evacuated Advancing Franco Army Closes In On Great City, Air Aaids Continue PERPIGNAN — (UP) — The Spanish insurgent armies of Generalissimo Franco crashed through the last main line of loyalist defenses today and closed in on the great city of Barcelona. The msurgents officially an- nounced the capture of the key cities of Manresa and Mar- torell as they fought their way across the Lobregat river within striking distance of the capital. Barcelona appeared to be doomed, despite the desperate rally of every resource of the republicans to defend it. The government has moved north towards Gerona and Figueras United States, British and French officials, aided by their warships, began the evacua tion of their nationals from the city. \ Constant air raids brought a mounting dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

fcifgEpimm mvw-. %■■ ,ypsum 5 Low 63 to 22 As Its Run Wild, Use 2 'Cowpltte Combinations Donley Stevenson sank a free throw after'the final whis- tle in the Standard Oil-Faculty Five game last night at junior high gymnasium to give the faculty crew a 38 to 37 vic- tory, while in the second game a powerhouse Gulf bunch ran roughshod over the U. S. Gyp- sum miners to take a G3 to 22 win. Both games were official contests in the city recreation hasketball league. Standard Oil grabbed the lead in the opening minutes of the curtain raiser but the pro- fessors began to hit their stride in the latter part of the first quarter, the quarter ending with Standard on the long end of a 16 to 14 count. In the second period the "book l'arning" crew, paced by Besrden's three buckets from the floor, stepped out to assume a 25 to 21 lead at half-time. Both teams played on even basis in the third cliukker. the reriod ending with the Faculty having the edge in the 34 to 31 score. Elwood Hartgraves left...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

I 5 • • • • Sweetwater rATER REPOSTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS For District Inter scholastic Meeti • I • • ! 0 • • •i • Big Spring Is Selected For Cage Tournament Ross Covey, Director Of District, Presides At Meeting Of Officials At a meeting of the District Five Interscholastic League Com- mittee in the Allen hotel last night, Big Spring was selected as the site for the district bas- ketball tournament February 17, the district meet for all events of the league was set for Sweet- water on April 7-8 and the date of the tennis, playground ball and senior girls volleyball meet for county champions was awarded to Sweetwater for April 15. Basketball tournament invita- tions had been presented by Abi- lene, Snyder, Roscoe and Big Spring. Big Spring was voted as the location of the tourney, which will be held February 17 and which will draw three city teams and ten county teams. The district-wide meet for all events is set by the state com- mittee and is held in Sweetwat- er annually. Events in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

PACE FOUR SWEETWATER, THUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1939 * Inc. Entered as — office In Sweetwater, Texas, George Bennltt and Buwell mocked the me**enger of God, and ^<014 tninued hid prophet*, un• of the Lord) arose against hit people, Mas no remedy.—II Chronicle* 36',16. Cad governs the world, and we have only to onr duty wisely, and leave the issue to Him. —John Jay. TCTTER REPORTS FROM UNEMPLOYMENT COMMISSION DESIRED An interesting report would be one showing how much of the unemployment tax funds find their way batik to the counties from which they are paid. Employ- ers with eight or more people on the payroll must pay 3 per cent of the amount of the payroll each month into the Unemployment Fund of which 2.7 per cent goes to the state and .3 per cent to the Federal government. Counties with good records of employment thus far are paying into the fund hundreds of thousands of dol- lars that are used by some other county. It seems that this lacks considerably in being equitable. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

I Ive fits The jho lilcl ers to ind 'OS, ate 2nt a n M * mmm 9M&S pp" ffir# v__ •nn 0 r i r° In lo | a nr rfl |ld 0 loU lat lur pw ] ') Ind I 'n Elh o o VtiMhUM^ Hest Mineral water Baths and complete, modern Electric Apartment. Our Motto: —"THE BEST GR06AN WELLS SANATORIUM By Swfeetwat*r* Owm Cartoonist DIAL 8612 Registered Optometrist* BXpert examlna tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS ALICE E. WILMOT, ft.S. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Physlothernjihy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. IS years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Carnful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot/? BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Zs i/our Aesi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 59...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 January 1939

f®$S8K5 jfejAg —- ' ■ prices i;i r eryday at sunbeam ! PRICES IN EFFECT TUESDAY AFTERNOON. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Country Dot. MSGS Pride of Illinois, Country Gentleman CORN--- Armour's Very Best MILK ivory soap Small Cans 15c 10c 25c Pure Cane sugar 10 Del Monte midget peas lb. paper bag 1 Limit .... 22c No. 2 can 9c 42c 19c 3 hershey krackel With Toasted Almonds 5c Bars 10c MKERY i Cream ^ _ - - each 25C Two layers of White Cake filled with a delicious cream custard and topped with cherries, pineapple and butter cream icing. Try One of Our 13 Varieties of Breads to Make Your Meals Different Every Day Cake - — Rye DO'NUTS doz. 15C BREAD - - - >•' 9C Iced white and chocolate or rolled in pow- With Or Without Caraway Seed dered or granulated sugar. French . n-cuci. - BREAD--- « IOC ROLLS --- * IOC MEATS — — MEAD CHEESE Made, lb. ISc French h Sliced Lake View lb. .. . Seven CFCABf Choice Quai'ty ts> 9 SinlV Bubv Beef, lb. . T Wilson's Certified 25c 18c Reg. 15c |Af Seller, ea. JLw% ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

m IP >;'wl O 0 I 0 0 0 In It r rs fcs ti- le id I i 1 ak n* ite ^le ht, n'd i") C> UN IN SALAZAR TRIAL WUnm ■ '•*'$ '&•"■ 2 . .vr >-« AFTER DEFENSE RESTS WITHOUT SINGLE WITNE ****** ************ ** * * * George Outlaw Hermleigh Stock Buyer Crushed To Death By Truck \;li « Floyd Ryan. 33, Skull Crushed In Fatal Accident Heavy Machine Runs Over Driver When Brakes Slip; Witness Watches Accident Crushed beneath the heavy wheels of a moving cattle truck, Floyd (Jack) Ryan, 35, Herm- leigh stock buyer, was instantly killed at Tl:30 o'clock last night, a mile west of town near tho Hil- top Service station. Ryan's skull was crushed. Stopping at the station to in- quire of a Sweetwater cattle- man, from whom they were to pick up several head of cattle purchased recently, two Abilen- ians, Everett Clemmer and W. W. Middleton, stepped from the truck. Ryan suggested that he show them the direction to the cattle barns and stepped into the truck. The brakes slipped as the weighty tru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

* r -• c . T ady For Entry iv WW' Warships Continue To Evacuate Nationals As Big Drive Nears End f ERPIGNAN — (UP) — Generalissimo Francisco Fran- co's main force of 20 rebel di- visions battled eastward around Barcelona late today to cut the last line of loyalist retreat to- ward the French frontier. The insurgent column of Gen- eral Juan Yague which pushed into the suburbs on the south- ern edge of Barcelona last night was reported in loyalist messages to have met stiff re- sistance as the defenders rallied under Jhe leadership of Lieut. Col. Jose Serrano Romero, a he- ro of the defense of Madrid. The rebel columns circling the city, however, reported swift progress in a drive around the famous Tribacio heights to cut the last two roads leading north and to trap many thousands of loyalist troops in Barcelona. All the heights around Barce- lona except those commanding the two main roads leading northward were in insurgents hands. One rebel column reported it- self advancing by way ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

I T l • T 1 A1 « j < Coach dark's Team Greatly Improved Quint Mustangs Drop In 21 Field Goals, Make 10 Out of 12 Free Throws A greatly improved squad of Sweetwater Mustangs slammed 21 field goals and 10 out of 12 free throws into the baskejt last night at junior high gym- nasium to rout the Trent high school hoopsters by a 52 to 26 score. Joe Elrod, Sweetwater's forward, copped scoring honors for the evening with nine buck- ets from the floor and five free shots out of five attempts for a total of 23 points, while his teammate, Pap Headrick, made six field goals and a charity toss for' 13 points. Tittle, chief scoring threat of the visitors' quint, was held to three field goals and Ogletree netted three two-pointers and two free throws to top the Trent scoring column. The Mustangs were never in trouble and every man on the starting lineup tallied at least once. In the previous game with Trent the Mustangs won by a score of 24 to 16. Friday night the Mustangs tangle with the Big S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

Jr." Sw Ml.—|ofc|l i|A ! to happiness; and all th« throa t* Tlee, like fairy banquet*, wa touch them.—A. COMMERCE SECRETARY SOCIALIST PARTY MEMBER the least of the interesting information that was luced in the United States senate during the dis- etission over the confirmation of Harry Hopkins as secretary of commerce was discovering he had been a member of the Socialist party. Most anyone might have suspected this fact but it proved somewhat em- barrassing, even to Mr. Hopkins who was being elevat- ed to a high place i# a Democratic cabinet, to have this divulged to the world. It required the search of the voting records of New York City many years ago to disclose the new secretary's early political affiliations. This makes the cabinet, if anything, a greater political polygot. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace was a republican and is now a democrat. Harold L. Ickes was a bull mooser, and republi- can when made a cabinet member. Which all leads one to comment that party loyalt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

- ■Mwm r o o M^irii iiifi'iaair ' I -" 'l Best Mineral Department. >. Su- 1 r u g leas „ . „ ..., Ireitments. The Baths and complete, modern Electrical Ottf Motto: —"THE BEST" DIAL Mil WASH TUBBS AND EAST By Sweetwater's Owb Cartoonist Optometrists I Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS 0 ALICE E. WILMOT, B.8. Phi. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Phyniotheraphy, Elcctro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Tectimcran in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the ick. 007 Elm St. Ph. 510 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., plionc 2701. fi I; Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boote BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Is i/ouriesi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 highest quality cleaning Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed Hats, Cleaned and Blocked ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 January 1939

unities ITv.. t',rfi ■:ItittiX&ft £ ':i• iJ$iwKXHSb3& &***£'ii <iJI«?Jli BCD Dinner M«eh Demand For Tickets; Ciiurr P. Collins, New Highway Head, f> Talk With 24 communities already sending word that they will Bend representatives, one of the biggest crowds ever to attend an annual banquet in Sw,eetwater is expected Thursday night at the joint Sweetwater club and BCD meeting. George Barber, secretary-man- ager of the BCD reports a big demand for tickets from local business men and women, which combined with the visitors will tax the capacity of the Blue Bon- net roof where the meeting is to be held. It has been decided by the Committee on arrangements that there will be no tickets sold at the door of the meeting room. Tickets are available at the of- fice of the BCD or from Rig- don Edwards, chairman of the ticket committee and Miss Edith Bradford. Much added interest has been given to the meeting, said Bar- ber, since the announcement of the appointment by Governo...

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