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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

10 PC Pt: lv- I* lbs re- 1)0; Itll I Ins lod Jlio I 0 r i e Roosevelt Denies Foreign Policies Are Dangerous Deliberate Lie, President Calls German Charges 'No Entangling Alliances,' Principal Platform Says President In Conference KOMK — (UP) — The United Slates embassy pro- tested to the Italian foreign office late today against a violent camimign in the Ital- ian press against President Roosevelt. WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt. toda|y branded as "a deliberate lie" a report that he had placed Am- erica's new defense frontier on the Rhine. Speaking to more than 100 newspaper reporters, he pre- sented a statement of the ad- ministration's foreign policy in answer to congressional criti- cism which has arisen in the last week. Here is the United States policy as stated by Mr. Roose- velt: No entangling alliances. Encouragement of world trade of all nations, including the United States. Sympathy with any and every effort to bring about reduction in armaments. National sympathy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

Bobcats Angelo Tonight Sweetwater to ^Tackle Strong Abilene Team In Return Game Here Tuesday The Sweetwater junior high basketball team finished its "conference" season yesterday afternoon with a, 36 to 1.8 vic- tory over the junior quintet of Highland rural high school. Coach Dock Autrey's young- sters won six of their eight con- ference contests and 13 of the 21 games played during the sea- son. Because Coach Autrey had to use several ineligible players in order to have a competent representative in the confer- ence, the junior high Colts were not permitted to compete for the county interscholastic lea- gue title. The Colts entered the confer- ence only for the experience the boys would gain and to com- iplete a convenient schedule for eligible teams in the coun- ty league. In the game yesterday after- noon, which was originally scheduled for last night Akins of junior high was high point scorer, with IS tallies. Berry of Highland was runner up with Luriflg College Players Is Hit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

ESSSIFW m, > fs --. _ . . :,.. ..: 0 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939 t vf SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE §1 • k V l -j'. tV' r- • BE ——— Matches 6 GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Bestex Box Carton 25c value WILSON'S ADVANCE V* lliOUil kl J\MJ \ /lill-'Ei J ■ * || tftowreT. .. — Shorting 3S« & 7®c Jsesiex Ciapefrait Juice AO Oz. Can East Texas SCMGI11JM 59c Gal Fresh Country Heinz 11 oz. bottle Northern 4 rolls .... RY-KRIS? SPINACH pkg Texas Full No. 2 can. .. 25c PRUNES F73 °reK"n 25c Blue Concentrated SUPERSUDS ^ 25c pjcg. and Klc pkg., )>oth for .... &mr& MUSTARD Full (|t. CATSUP TISSUE SCOTTISSUE SCOTTOWELS WW II IT I? 81 <8 Fresh Raked Yariilla ¥S#M EaSlw lb. cello bag M'SHMALLOWS ATZ, ORANGE JUICE STS 1.9c MIRCE MEAT NT,S . 25c SARDINES A""ka" each 25c 5 c Pride of Illinois Country Gentleman CORN, No. 2 can ! rolls roll . . gallon 3 cans .. 39c e-SC E2Y Full (tuarl. 25c CIGARETTES ""It15c PEACHES 10c SSRGHUM 15c SillBRI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

PAGE FOUR me before iriU I coo/en atao before my Father In heaven.—Matthew 10;23. confession of evil works is the first begin- of good works.-—Augustine. GOVERNOR'S REPRIEVE SMACKS OF ORIENTAL DESPOTISM Governor W. Lee O'Daniel's SO-day reprieve of a negro facing death sentence so he could "suffer this dreadful punishment 30 days before he is relieved by death in the electric chair," almost parallels some of the weird stories of Oriental punishment or something dug up from the Middle Ages. If his reason for making the reprieve is to center attention on the death pen- alty, he has done that but he has centered more at- tention on himself, which he did not need. It is going to get the pUblia to thinking anything can happen in Austin, not exactly a condition that will induce indus- trial or any other kind of expansion in Texas. The people of the state have endowed the gov- ernor's office with prerogatives which have their proper use. When mis-used or abused they weaken the whole struct...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

■th Im lg- • ■he B)s' |n • Ice ■>o. 1)1- loc led ■:>e. • ■id |of Vg' Bic- Bes lal, • |ng Ids, |C) ■id- |)n- • Ivn |ty ■he WW. Ivn * I I kn- lee lias 1 as lea- 1) Lm- | >n. 11 L pee ley be- t) eir n i c. 11 JO" pu- of ♦> a l (IE? nlv my try ♦) ■ « t ,!9P ■f "liirir ; « « • v • Tax Commission Post Abolished AUSTIN — (UP) — The Tex- as legislature had lopped off the state tax commissioner's of- fice that in Ave years had ad- vanced from an annual cost of $6,000 to more than $66,000. Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel signed the bill at 5 p. m. and an emergen- cy clause made it effective at once. Abolition of the office ended a controversy over the resi- dence of Elster M. Haile, the governor's friend in Kansas and Texas, whom he had appointed to the $4,500-a-year job of tax commissioner. Haile said his residence is Hereford, Tex. Sen. I Joe Hill of Henderson said that as late as last July he gave King- man, Kan., as his home. In abolishing the office, the legislature ordered its unexpend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

mmmPi m Mm O' Daniel' HI Who Eied '■ J Ijlv# f AMhSolons Fire On Governor's On Execution AUSTIN — (UP) — News- era, ministers and legisla- continued a bitter attack i Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel for his utive act in granting a 30- reprieve io a negro killer |so that the prisoner would {have "certain death staring you the face for 30 days and | nights." Only Winzell Williams, the murderer, appeared satis- with the governor's ac- *on. "I'm prepared to go", the ro said, "but I'm thankful at the governor has put it off (for 30 days." Newspapers condemned the (at of the governor who cam- aigned on a platform consist- ing of the Ten Commandments, pn front page editorials. Pastors churches in Fort Worth, ("Daniel's home town, describ- his action as "extremely cruel." The Dallas Dispatch-Journal, in front page editorial, said: "One can only feel regret Ithat the governor of a great state would propose a form of [torture for one who is already entenced to the extreme pen- alty of the law. If capita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 February 1939

- ■ ■ • - t v •, ■w. SHpf: 1P$ "sr-":--t, ^S«Srwi ♦• • - > mm. 3,1989 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS > > > > 3 > • > ) • 3 • • • > • In Diagno«i>. gu- or Drugloaa We Specialise fl&t' Mineral Water Baths and complete Department. Our Mott 6R0GAN WELLS SANATORIUM perior treatments, i' n e complete, modern Electrical Our Motto: —"THE BEST" DIAJJ 2611 Ke wintered 0|)lomKtH«M ^ « Expert ezamlna- tlon, lensex repaired or duplicated. J. P. MA.IORH, J. B. MAJOKH ALICE E. W1LMOT, B.S. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Physlotheraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician In colon lrri< gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed.... Hats, Cleaned and Blocked ... Suits, Cleaned and Pressed ... 25c 40c 20c Cash and Carry VOGUE CLEANERS 314 Oak St. Phone 2089 For building new homes and ' modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free; See A. L...

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

Protests pKiahable CrogJty^E ^ Be Lost By Detoy Owners Claim ■ ALICE — (UP) — Grapefruit fruit growers In the lower Rio Grande valley today asked state officials to end a blockade which state officers had put across highways to prevent trucks from carrying loads in excess of the 7,000-pound legal limit. The growers said, truck driv- ers could not make.expenses by carrying loads within the 7,- 000-pound limit and they were afraid that the grapefruit would spoil before it could be moved to market. Twenty-four hour blockades were placed across Highway 06 the only direct route from the valley fruit farms to northern markets. Valley fruit growers have tried for some time to have the 7,000-pound limit law changed. Tension grew here as the growers, truckers and cham- ber of commerce threatened to launch virtual warfare on the state railroad commission, the Department of Public Safety and the Texas load limit law. Forty trucks were reported waiting at Falfurrias, 40 miles scuth of here, for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

it I II* J i W W T K WW T w K K K « T « H « w T T , „ Cold Weather Checks Danger Of Ohio V alley Floods Tornadic Winds Do Much Damage In Deep South Six Reported Dead In West Virginia, Child Killed In Georgia Storm PITTSBURGH — (UP) — Sharply falling temperatures Saturday checked the serious flood threat from rapidly rising rivers in the Ohio valley. The warnings of "river ris- ing" lost some of their threat from Pittsburgh to Cairo, 111., as the first of the seasonal floods was checked by the drop in tem- perature and the general end of the 36 hours of rain and snows over the watersheds. The situation is not expected to become desperate- unless heavy rainfall starts again. Most of the streams flowing into the Ohio and Monongahela rivers which carried the flood threat were falling. U. S. Meteo- rologist W. C. Devereaux at Cincinnati did not expect a de- structive flood in the vicinity of Cincinnati, and the Ohio river was expected to reach a crest at that city at 53 to 50 feet Sunday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

■9 Points Minute Downs Faculty Five 29-21; Staiidard Takes Miners mm- Shots Would Haw Easily Won Game A lteld goal in the last sec- onds of pia.V gave San Angelo's .Bobcats a 19-to-18 victory over the Sweetwater Mustangs Friday night in a rough, ragged, de- fensive game on the San Angelo gymnasium floor. With less than two minutes to play, the Ponies wfere leading 18 'to 14. Then a field goal, a free throw slipped through the hoop for the Cats and then the game- winning basket was made by Wooldridge. Referee Jones ejected Cortez, the fleet-footed Mexican who will be remembered by fofetball fans as the iightweight' in1 the San Angelo backfield who dealt the Mustangs misery on the gridiron. Cortez was banned from the game when he delib- erately drove Robert Headrick into the gymnasium wall. Corley, the Bobcats' most dangerous goal shooter, was held to one field goal and he too was threat- ened with banishment when he forced Audrey Gill into the wall. Sweetwater missed enough free pitc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

• ) ■iiiK ♦ • • I • • • ■MI SUNDAY, ■: iri:-. ■■' -w : ■■■ 1, 1489 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' i r State Education Board Recognizes Roscoe Class Progri • • « • • • * • « • (, J # , • • • • • • • • • Max Schmeling Denies Goebbels Was Beaten Up Says He Would Be Willing To Fight Maxie Baer Or Anyone To Get At Joe NEW YORK — (UP) — Former Heavyweight Champion Max Schmeltog arrived in the United States and vigorously denied he made the trip to prove he was not in a German concentration camp. Max was as surprised as a sweepstakes winner when he was asked a multitude of poli- tical questions — whether he was in trouble with the gov- ernment, whether he had been placed in a concentration camp and whether he had made the remark he would "knock the head off Paul Joseph Gtoeb- bels", propaganda minister, "if he played around with my wife." "I know nothing about such reports," the 33-year-old black-haired fighter said, "It's all the bunk. Some Paris paper started such rumors and I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

'$msm Budget ion low $11,000 } r'' v City, County, State And Federal Government Help Finance Institution Y RITA WEAVER Open house Monday at the Nolan County Health unit is the ..outcome of a 10-year program. Nolan county's high health rating has beeri Established ' through the county health unit, sponsored by the city and coun- ty, supplemented with state funds. . The annual operating budget totals $10,780. Of the amount the city pays $3,700, (^iqity $2,500, the state department of public health $1,080, and the United States public health service $3,- 500. From this expenditure, sal- aries, office supplies and vac- cines are maintained. Recently the state has contributed drugs for indigent syphilitics. Through the organization No- lan county has netted one of the lowest death rates of any Texas county, has acquired a high grade milk supply, a con- trol of communicable disease, reduction of diphtheria, typhoid, smallpox and tuberculosis. This is brought about by the large percentage ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

o . •' '• •' )< ii ^ |r P > Js lu 1 >> Ir j Its |if ) r* |x Fy ke ■to Iv- es 0 rie |es an \ } Dv- i • 0 |th le lat- pti- l K* e jr «tMUT, rttttrrn «, ii-iL 9 Mil $131150 Is Pledged; Goal Half Reached '• V Ninety Seven Firms And Individuals Have Sent Donations In Approximately GO per cent of the goal had been subscribed late Saturday, it was announc- ed by Aubrey Legg, finance chairman, in charge of the Sweetwater Boy Scout cam- paign. A total of $1312.50 was reported. This represented the sustaining membership pledges of 97 firms and individuals. "The response so far has been gratifying," Mr. Legg said, "since no organized effort for securing the support of Sweet- water citizens and businesses has been made. The finance campaign so far has been one of mail solicitations. It is the hope of the finance committee that the need of personal con- tacts will be eliminated or re- duced to a minimum in order to save the time of local lead- ers who previously have spent several da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

NM^*- ."' ■ r;: ' •" ' <; ;';;,4 -f,v '"■ ••• «•/;• ;*•>.« '•' •• • .•*..2 Hi :■■- • . 2 MiWfil RIVXIll, TBW-'• j ;■"• ; (Y • ., ' uvcurA i ■ >.'..'... ■ -, '-wa j.''j in..."-1" H.I . 1 .... i i 11 i' '.. ^ ■;, • th: ■!"■;■ "■ , ■ ..i.i f'. jiiiiii'! ..: o l • ^HH O • Mooney Will ipose Divorce BAN FRANCISCO — (UP) — Tom and Rena Mooney, who once stood side by side in a courtroom and were accused of participating in the 1916 Pre- paredness Day bombing which took 10 lives, have announced that they have separated. Moon- ey has added that they were and have t>een for 16 years "to- tally and completely incompat- ible" The statements toBfirmed re- ports which hav^-«een circu- lating since Mooney was par- doned Jan. 7 by Gov. Culbert Olson. He established his home in a local hotel instead of in his wife's apartment. Mrs. Mooney's statement of their separation bitter in criticism of her husband for "failing to appreciate all the years I've fought to get him out of prison." Mrs. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

o o r o i>f i)- ii- ■ 11 Id he fo ) O o o o CLASSIFIED ADS HP BS^$*fr<^PSR v -M i •-yWxl SECTION II -fli fM yrep'i?' \i,Wt SECTION II •■f-K % J EDITORIALS § CLASSIFIED ADS • SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' ii PAGE Wife Of New Methodist Bishop Is Honored At Reception : o j • j i o o 0 o > Quests From 22 Towns At 4 * Large Party By IONE D. PERRY Extending a greeting to Mrs. Ivan Lee Holt of Dallas and a welcome to West Texas from her former home in St. Louis, a host of Methodist matrons of Sweetwater and surrounding towns in the Sweetwater dis- trict called at the district par- sonage, home of Rev. and Mrs. Caradine Hooton, Saturday after- noon between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. Ministers' wives from 22 towns and communities in the Sweetwater area were among the guests who registered in the white satin guest book adorned \frith a large red heart, suggestive of the St. Valentine's theme used in the floral deco- ration of red and white carna...

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

V*-c i '^^^SSKxaSKKIi r ra: / SWEETWATER, TEXAS* 1 ' office in SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1939 Geor* " ««■. w, I it/20. Bemiftt, Pub*. is greater, the He titer dMl MMl^Uk the fift? Mett JM* -;v i ► I# llto wiH, Ml kat the gift dial make* giver. NO ENTANGLING ALLIANCES STILL FOUNDATION* OF FOREIGN POLICY Tlie nation can rest much easier this week-end after learning that the United States has not changed its for- eign policy. Congress rocked the past week with deals of selling secret warplanes to France and a secret meet- ing of the senate military committee with President Roosevelt. Some damage has been done, of course, by the fact that th® foreign press, in Germany and Italy particularly, • publicized the plane deals and a new barrage was taken up against this country. According to President Roosevelt, the United States is against entangling alliances; world trade with everybody is favored; we are in sympathy with any and every effort to reduce armaments and we are sympathetic with the pea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

• • tie. • • ip ^gpm cpi ^ ' In Diafnoait. Su- Iperlor Drug less _ treatments. The Beat Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THJC BEST" 8R0GAN WELLS dial m*, Registered Optometrists (Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. X P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS ALICE K. WILMOT, B.B. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC PhyBtotlierapliy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician In Colon Irrfc gallon 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. L, Bills, contractor at Jcnning* ] Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoe# Please those who are Careful ol their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed.... V Hats, Cleaned and Blocked .. Suits, Cleaned and Pressed .. VOGUE CLEANERS 314 Oak St. Phone 2089 PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

SCRAMBLED WORD CONTEST t* •• !• [• I • FIRST PRIZE $9.00 Mm CASH SECOND PRIZE 2 FREE THEATRE TICKETS 2 CONTEST ROLES In the Monday Special advertisements on this page are a number of scrambled words. Yon are to find these words and unscramble them to correct Spelling. The words are scrambled from words in the advertisement in which they appear with the exception of one word which is taken at random from any of the ad- vertisements on the page. The person submit- ting the most complete list of words is winner of first place and the second best is awarded second place. Entries must be turned in at the Reporter office before 7 p. m. on Monday accompanied by a sales ticket showing the pur- chase of a Monday Special. In case of tie, neat- ness will serve as basis for deciding. Judges1 decision is final. Ijfxns Featuring REAL BARGAINS Tuesday - Wednesday and THURSDAY Our Bargain Days Have Been so Popular We Are Adding Thursday to be Able to Handle the Volume. Showing This Week Tues.-Wed. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

JSSffi SI&JB !S2B*L , is ':•?*!>; • BT .1 ' V \> 9 • f rr*... : rr>AAir- ;l -<*ilififrci. Cvwtt :;v. "<■*>: ■. COMIC; SECTION •vr-f ' pJ ' *r- V r SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION . ,\ .v < ,«■ \ i SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1939 4-ls>-£.-S-$2> by Edgar Rice Burroughs THE NET OF DOOM rnnf i s rdfii Hit* Burroughs. Inc.—Tin Rf| U 8 Off P,,;l crd "' ">"£•• B««< •"< £• «. -FJiiU'1,0'** UNrTED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. /I WHILE MARSADA WATCHED WITH BITTER JEALOUSY. BE ALOKE WITH HER TORMENTING THOUGHTS MEANWHILE TARZAN WAS RECOVERING FROM HIS DAXE, 5L0WLX RECALLING THE RECENT RUSH OF EVENTS. HE SMILED. SHE "TOLD HERSELF HOW FOOLISH IT WAS TO FALL IK LOVE VilTH THE BEAST MAN, BUT HER HEART WOULD NOT LISTEN. N HOW ABSURD IT WAS TO BE CA6FD II, /, ASA®MISSIN5 LINK." HE'D ANNOUNCE ' // /fl HIS IDENTIPf AND BE JET FREE. BUT NO! HE REMEMBERED mSm'S HATRED OF TAR7AN MOM HE HAD NEVER CONSCIOUSLY SEEN. IF fAARSADA KNEW ! -sw'llL'-Z ■m TWEN THE HUNTER'S EYE5' DRIFTED...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 February 1939

mm ®s :V"f r- JANE AR HE JUST U5FT TOR THE GRAND CENTRAL STATION — IN "THAT TAXI • Reg U S Pum Oftct rrelt ami RuwU R HOW P VOU KNOV: you CATCH CATC HIM/ THAT *MO HERE INS THE RAFEK- «x WHERE. OIO \ HE 60? -me Wi, ... l HAVE A HUNCH ANO DE CANT , OVERLOOK ASK BETS" / * EU it HAD to be across the stoeet— and the opposite direction NOW f 1 that M \ got him in the I a clever , 6ipzl— but ive rnally s1ven her the slip/ ship -sailing in an hour- once our of the counftr^— & I or and Tribune Syndicate iphts Reserved. • • OFF THE RCCORD • t % • t I % • i • The-Three Bares Frju"R. FEATURED - Fi^/^cotiEui a pair. op shorts- ic^emq- diihc^-fftge r^SH/MS latest r, ? HAIR M (£ Wnoovz <1X a' &?3* 'Si:;* «&«&& & gidji P| a "Can't you annoy her some other way? You're ruining my business." All this talk about brilliant futures—I wish I could meet a man with a PAST!" 0 C §WTS- CO* —- "Remember, it's fifty-fifty if you find anything!' "Shake, Jeeves, we'll make this a gentle...

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