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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

♦ t • • yji %$■'/ 1'slf ?$s m m «*: "j •■• A^Vv:.A- «affiSRK ^ j. ' .■ \*AJtjsr'z . .-M\ \:. I'M GOIN T'PHILLYtKlD. BUT DON'T LET ON T 'ANYBODY. I'M GONNA BEAT KNOBBY WALSH TO A DEAL. WILL -w ;• •• •: •>. * ®iPfe v"; i BUT I COULPA eONE ON FIGHTING SHUCKS r I'M ONLY QOIN BY THE RULES JOE PALOOKA iWtS. McN'nu^tif Synrtirrtf#. fur 7 I GOT A SWELL CHANCE T'&UV A PIECE OF THAT NEW LIGHTWEIGHT SENSATION. jr /• : 1 %'dJL. . * YEAH. I'M GONNA SNEAK OVER T'PHILLY AN' SEE IM QUICK / I THINK THAT WISE' GUY * SNA PPY"SNARF JS" WMwiJ&.m PO YOUSE MEAN WILLIE SMITH f IS AFTER 7M TOO. gimme two per PHILADELPHIA AW I'LL W NO YOU WON'T? F/6HT ( THIS MATCH IS HIM. 1 OFF. By HAM FISHER OH DO VOUSE * MEAN WHAT'S '/S NAME'S MANAGER," THE ONE THAT'G ALWEEZ TRY IN' T'BEAT YOUSE _ T'THINGS? S ~~ ' cr r4) u ^^7 w/OKAy,SNAPPY. HA HA NEVER v, SEEN TWO GUYSK* MISTRUST ONE ANOTHER LIKE YOU AN' KNOBBY. iS" ^ /■ BOY OH BOY. WA<=> T SMART/ f I'LL HAVE IT IN TH' BAG BEFORE HE GITS WISE. BAtTIMOfl M...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

• ' If'.' pfpf' THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS mrnrn!*mmmmmmm TaoTwir •Wpytambiy* t betcma der captain vouldn-t By R. Dirks. r^aa tiss better to "• - , 6iff den torecelf ^ f oxpeciaily a pain 0*,> in der kneckf " if hey f wowaboudt ) ( \jMr staying in your 1 1 v* own back yard? lt!5 aillvindt vot's full mlt garlic"/ der big KLOP • ■ u m ' VEN A GUY DON'T GO RIGHT, DER END ISS IN SIGHT.'" A SELFISH GEEZER DEM VOT ISS GREED/, MAY SUM DAY BE NEEDY.'" should vatch oudt SHAKESPEARE TOR HIS ffEEZER.' napoleum,1 CHASS INDEEDY.' WmM didn't i said it? ' whovould gobble der 0 t^ soon 10ses der shoit? -und der good deed iss done.' HO HO HUM - YOU VIN, PUT IT LISTENS fishy; a 80id in der \ ( honesty IS5 der hand iss more h best politzy, if, gingadun: ven und maybe better as in a plggle - :d-i •trnrmrrf utwmm HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE y -y conclusion flOCX, HAUUKSHAtU —M SO it is.ujsatso-evldwtiy) usn't that our. good /^,thof>e arms smuggltb}/ hotel ? w wave food \ r VFBDM hotel x[ sent up ib THEIR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 April 1938

v GOARANTCE RAIL II VOL. XXXX Backbone Developments In Spain Quicken Armament Plans Chamberlain Assails Foes of His Policy Of Peaceful Dealings Triumphant nationalist ar- mies today broke the back of Spanish government resistance and plunged through Catalonia to strike a deathblow to the loyalists. Loyalist defenses crumble! at Lerida, key to the rich Bar- celona industrial district. Nation- alists, aided by Italians, pound- ed at the gales of Morella and Tartosa to split Catalonia from other loyalist areas. Casualties were enormous. Madrid underwent another heavy bombardment. Developments in Spain quick- ened the World's preparations for the next war in a dozen dan- gei spots, including: Washington: Chief of U. S. naval operations, Admiral Wil- liam Leahy, urged senate revi- sion of President Roosevelt's billion dollar naval program to permit construction of record- breaking 45,000-ton battleships, if desired. The state department said this country should main- tain a war fleet at ...

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

For Looms st Eberle Of Club To Head Of League on the proposed soft- leagues for Sweetwater j vicinity is anticipated to- when the managers and ors meet in the club rooms he Texas Electric Service at 7:30 o'clock to dis- plans with President A. A. of the Lions club, spon- •oring organization. Slate for the opening of the league schedule, and the number Of teams to be entered, probably will be decided at the first caUed meeting of the 1938 sea- son. Two leagues really are to be discussed. One is for Sweet- water men's teams, the other for a proposed loop of girls teams to include teams from Sweetwater and outlying dist- ricts. It is planned to start prac- tice for the girls April 11. Date for opening the schedule, which probably will include both girls and men's teams, will be set in May. Most favor an opening date that will miss the cold weather which usually strikes the first week in May, so that the ardor of fans and players alike will not be dampened by a chill period for the firs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 April 1938

MONDAY, AMML 4, 19911 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS > I f t ft i *1 Measure Makes Home Ownership JSasy, Desirable Belated Campaign In America For More and ^ Better Homes Underway More and better homes for more Americans—that's the need to which the government and the people have awaken- ed. A great public housing and rehousing campaign belatedly gains impetus — riot only in the nation but in Sweetwater. No one knows exactly what the United States has spent to build and to encourage better housing since 1932. However, i nose who desire home owner- ship know that until the recent revision of the Federal Hous- ing act that home building through government aid was not as desirable as it could be. Now, however, home owner- ship has been simplified until it is an easy matter for almost any ambitious person with a steady income to own his or her own home. Until the present U. S. ■In uVt >. ">;.c YOU CAN OWN A HOME LIKE THIS Through the F.H.A. You can own this beautiful ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 April 1938

hum aWUTWATta, TE3USM0TOAX, Arm fAGE FOm WFffwHHW5 * m '•>f- ■tor I rap Hi *P itil ■ 11 #i' p vlst# K- p. ^ ^,1 mm thm returrectitm, and ikm boHeveth in me, though f* WW 1m U*.—John II $25. j. Im written the promise fit the re*u* b hook* alone, but in every leaf in B,-^U ther. - ■ — . ■ o R. A. RAGLAND DEVOTED TO WEST TEXAS in the passing of Judge R. A. Ragland, Sweetwater Ij£dt West Texas loses one of its grand pioneers. For more than a half century he played an important part la rhtmp;"ff the far-flung plains to a land dotted with tfwna, cities and comfortable farms and ranches. He came to Sweetwater when this was Indian country and was one who worked to develop it into a modern and ■Pl^gyessive city. During the early days of the county and city he devoted himself to laying strong and per- manent foundations for future growth that followed. Judge Ragland was the highest type of citizen mid his endeavors were always bent toward making this a finer and better world in which to li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 April 1938

^CBWwflro 1 •rrv^^ 1 ggp r I m s - n pi ■ **v*^ ' >■ •' AWHl* ' -^ - ^ , iII'iI'Ti'iii.'",'i' -'..it nfijtwi i-ii I ' , • ■ '■' ,\ ■ 3 1 4v :• " ■*:"*'■ , \ mm i&m SPECIAL NOTICE * 1 ) •It m * I "> I ■ I w n i fi* • "> : I •I > I • l > •I > C> % • 5 > It- * i > AUDITORS 4 ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis ft Co. BMff. Dial Ml \Ulene, Tens Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Pennants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT: 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 477. FOR RENT: Very attractive 3 room unfurnished apartment with bath. Shades and lino- leum furnished. 1000 Locust. FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 484. FOR RENT: Nicefy furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, "West Broadway. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished south ap...

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

MMd&m ■ y\ " A? i< At The Theatres ii/ 2£\.. Jjksiii ww TOT1 .1*811 .;....' n,.. mm , JlpSHINGTON — (UP) — '3j)ij|Swnt Roosevelt today took .1 command of the ac- tion's fight for enact- ment of the government reor- ganisation bill, thrusting the full prestige of his ortice behind house leadership efforts to bring the measure to a quick vote. The president met with sen- ate and house leaders Sunday afternoon for a first-hand dis- cussion of the concessions grant- ed. a hard-fighting republican- Insurgent democrat coalition which lias stalled the adminis- tration at every step in the long-drawn reorganization hat- tie. Passage Scon Certain Leaders of the opposition group admitted privately that the .compromise offer, giving congress power to override exe- cutive orders by majority vote and exempting the bureau of education from reorganization, would insure passage of the bill. This, with .Mr. Roosevelt's return to Washington, will bring the measure to a vote late ibis week or e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 April 1938

' , -'."• ' ' V-f -•' •!% !y'"-'T??- ' 'f ■ * ■' " •m BELIEVED BY AN ACQUAINT iH They Await Word From Kidnapers following a nationwide radio appeal in their behalf by an Kpiscopal clergyman to the abductors of their long mission son, Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Murray lie vine of New Rochelle, N. V., go home to await some response from the kidnapers. The picture shows tliem leaving the home of a friend from whieh the broadcast was made. In his radio plea, the Rever- end Francis J. H. Coffin, of Larchniont, now revealed as ail intermediary in the kidnap case, asked the abductors to: "For God's sake, act, and act promptly." Boy Scout Fund To $2,604 Today A total of $2601 has been subscribed in the Boy Scout fin- ance campaign, with 314 indi- viduals and firms enrolled as sustaining members, according to Aubrey Legg, finance chair- man. This amount represents an increase of $102 over the pre- vious report. The purpose of the finance campaign according to Mr. Legg is to provide the financial ba...

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

MIS 1 are in prospect for the twater softball season, it loped Monday night in a ting of prospective manag- and sponsors called by President A. A. Eberle of the Lions club, sponsoring organi- sation. It is likely that a boys lea- gue composed of six Sweetwat- er teams will be formed. A girls' league composed of probably two teams from Sweetwater and one each from Roscoe, Black- well, Divide and Busby is prac- tically assured. Both divisions may be stretched to eight teams each as the league develops. Committee Named A committee was named to draw up rules and regulations, regarding number of players on teams and other details compos- ed of James Houlihan, Marshall Willis and Pop Stroble. This committee will report back to a special-meeting of managers and sponsors Tuesday night at 7:30 o'<Sock in the Texas Elec- tric Service company build- ing. Ai this time the report will be open to discussion of the managers and sponsors. Probable date for opening the league play is May^'2. Ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 April 1938

; W^m- >JIfcsll '^fgpFff :t, sv '^U ' Y'*k *'■> m .msmm '> w Jis&u TO-ajji; ~T TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS •PAGE "V ■fesa L* ). Five Lives Lost In Qrain Elevator Explosion And Fire i * •80 of 200 Men Trapped In New •Orleans Plant Many Go to Hospital Suffering Severe Burns And Other Injuries NEW ORIiKANS— (UP) —Six fire companies early today subdued a lila/.e in the seven-story public grain elevalnjr that broke out nine hours after a series of explosions that killed five and injnred 17 workers. The explosions were at- tributed; to accumulated grain dust. NEW ORLEANS — (UP) — jTwo men died last night of in- juries received when a series of wexplosions rocked the seven ,story public grain elevator late (yesterday. Nineteen other work- ers were in hospitals suffering [from burns. The dead were Arthur De 9 Fraites, 50, U. S. grain inspect- or, and Andrew Reich, 45. John Helwick, 02. anri George Herrle, 00. were in a critical condition. Viole...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 April 1938

m Wt Wt. - •; * ,•*£' ■' *1IP .' '-t:'..;. .-^sSSSPSfc V .. ■•■.'•. " ..■-/■ • • ■ 1'■■{■**.->: *ip||f '•}#■: -' • ■■■ ■" "■ - • • • • ■ TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1938 ■ V : • ' • o ' ' ' '/ •* Jl.'" ■' ' ■' 'V\''W r >/''' y"'^*; '*'/V I.*. -it. ',v AL'*' 'T? "I1- • ■' •win*'-" >N VUS&'1"V WMMKASV Iraj^.'■ m - ■ • .' jflQrvJIjp-; yjgHtt ,. • v'v?l£ '"if* - - '4s«;v%• ApublUlMKT MWfr ^iftermxm on ThuridaybyThe Sweets Inc. Entered as second class ttattar ahpos office in Sweetwater, Texas, ft Ito George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pub mw iniquity, and me fritrn'mytin.—Patdms 51*2. fat were the' consciousness of no Men ofirony trig. y ic _ SR TYPE OF IWAY SAFETY NEEDED The horrible murder of two defenseless women on the state highway near Van Horn presents a problem that confronts the state highway department or the traffic patrol. That is the patroling at regular intervals • during the day and night of the long stretches of iso- lated road in that sector of the state. Modern tran...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 April 1938

* m : ' - 4 i . ' 0 m ('i ';' iitlS3fej & ' o TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1988 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS CLASSIFIED SPECIAL NOTICE O AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. MIms Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas O O O n ') t. !> . I 0 i Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 HOUSE FOR RENT FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnish- ed house. Call at 209 Bell St. Theatres APARTMENTS FOB BENT FOR RENT: 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 477. FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 484. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, West Broadway. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished south apartment, with frigi- daire, to couple. 1010 Pine St., dial 2717. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Nicely furnished front bedroom adjoining bath. Gar...

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

M' mm s& V <•: —«• DAY IN THE WEEK! PRICES ARE JUST AS LOW ON OUR MID-WEEK SALES AS THEY ARE ON SATURDAY OFFEE lb. Can 1 Limit 25 EACHES Qallon Can 39 ;Dtl Monte Sweet Pickled Peaches OCn NO-2/2 ZOC CAN 2 Limit 19 Free Tea Glasses UPTONS TEA can a lb. Can lb 25c 47c White King Toilet SOAP Bar... 5c WHEATIES?Xpl 25c Texas BLACKBERRIES No^„2 10c PEACHES Nancy Hanks No. 1 can. . . 5c Pure Cane sugar 10 lb. Cloth Bag .. 1 Limit 49c 52c Wilson's Advance 4 lb- Mr Carton... 8 lb. Carton .. . 1 Limit SHORTENING 7Sc Del Monte Country Gentleman CORN 2 Can' 25c RUBY CATSUP Bottle. . 9c B. and M. FISH FLAKES 2 Cans.. 25c California SALADS TUNA 19c can White King Granulated SOAP 39c large pkg. Shredded RALSTON 2 15c pkgs. 14/2C 33c 25c ,4 s fine a line of fresh bak- ed goods as you can find in the Southwest. Start patronizing our bake shop and your pastry cooking days are over. Apple Sauce CAKE Each 20c Caramel Nut CREAM PIES Extra flaky crust, filled with a fine caramel cream and plenty ...

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

4 Man's Efforts to Sell Clothing Leads to Arrest Women's Apparel Is Though to Be That Of Slain Californians I VAN HORN —(UP) —Dist- riot Attorney Roy Jackson an- nounced today that expensive feminine clothes, found in pos- session of an iron worker, ' were "strikingly" similar to the wardrobe of Mrs. Weston Fromo and her daughter, Nancy who were murdered near here last Wednesday. The iron worker is a blond, powerful man of 30 who was arrested in MeCamey, 100 miles east of here. Tuesday af- ternoon while trying to sell an overnight hag filled with wo- men's clothes. "I suppose you're trying to pin that Van Horn job on me," he said. "Anytime anything happens, they try to pin it on me." ) Dragnets caught otho" sus- pects in several towns. A man and a woman were held in Laredo, and their stories did not correspond. Bowie, Ariz., officers held a man who arous- ed suspicion. Governor Allred today receiv- ed an additional $100 contribu- tion to the reward offered in the case. This boosts t...

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

'im & 9 " m w. T. (Walter) THA.MMKLL Location Staked Near Longworth ROBY—Definite location for an oil test about a mile south ol Longworth has been made by Robinson Bros, of Muskogee, it is reported today. Location of the proposed test is on the F. G. Imken farm, the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 80. Robinson Bros, have a block of approximately 5,000 acres in the vicinity of Longworth. It is broken into in a few points by leases held by Magnolia and others. It is reported that the location on the lmken farm was made in consultation with Mag- nolia officials, although they have no connection with the test. These operators recently com- pleted a small commercial well in western Scurry county. The well was making a fair showing but did not respond to acid treat- ment. } i h Bertram Test Is Cemented SYLVESTER — Extension of the 8 1-4 inch casing in the Bertram No. 1 oil test near Sylvester has -been completed, and the well is being concret- ed at 3,200 feet. ...

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

tk- M :v#i ,;|> \r'i *991 €> cmzm J r.W - fe(SI i IJ rami mmm ) M OROyiil"? ~LJ|, rc«.ir,< iLRizzgJi SEWEUIbaa^rasjI' 15Bm IF o White Sox Here Thurs< Baseball Game Of Big League Teams Scheduled Capacity Crowd Of llabid Fans Coming From Entire Area Everything is in readiness for the exhibition big league base- ball game in Sweetwater Thurs- day afternoon, it was announc- ed by Jack Rich, chairman of the recration committee of the sponsoring Board of City Development, following a spe- cial meeting yesterday after- noon. The Pittsburgh Pirates meet the Chicago White Sox. Mayor Luther M. Watson is scheduled to throw out the first ball promptly at. 2 o'clock, from a box in the expanded City Park stadium. Time Of Arrival ' The Pittsburgh team is sche- duled to arrive at 1 o'clock Thursday morning over the Santa Fe from CLovis, N. Mex. They will remain on the train untl !) o'clix'k tomorrow morn- ing, when they will repair to the Blue Bonnet hotel. The Pirates Mr. and Mrs. Bob ...

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

1 plpf withe* of tl* heart find «F«* ^HRI x • I y 11 1 «as will be host tomorrow for one of the ^Knii events of the year. Pittsburgh Pirates will opt wtSh the Chicago White So*. Here is an op- for Sweetwater baseball fans and those of Texas, to see big league ball right in their own tyard. ird of City Development's Recreation Com- ;tee arranged for the teams to play this exhibi- event in the city believing it a project of en- tertainment and publicity value. There will be com- jftcm agreement that the game has both of these advantages. As such it deserves the united sup- port of the city's sports fans. There is already evidence that fans outside of Sweetwater west- Ward to including New Mexico will be on hand. Sweetwater as the Recreation Center of West Texas, hi scoring again. At the same time the city will garner po small amount of nationwide publicity. Let's fill all the seating capacity Thursday afternoon to make this the opening of a successful 1938 outdoor sports year. o— THIS...

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

TUBBS AND EASY SSIFIED Br SireetwitM't Own Cartoonist Third St, Sweetwater ) SAW TW OTHltt fl*y THOT VgU DtP^T DECS MH KIW FWQM ^ , POWslCR, THAT SOU WERE ABLE TO PAPPLE VOUt OWM CAHOr. THAT15 MOT MV STVLf, LADDlf If THStr ANYTHING X MOTHJN" KIM MAKC Mf P(K ' 4EE, VOUftE A fWBU. OW! BUT what's th' ute puucm' people.fas SPECIAL NOTICE BITTER. I JUST WAMTA 60 i thought ^ofrso^epl^an'ow it amfiht make you feel better THAT'S ALL. APARTMENTS FOR RENT ON DO — IF YOU'D LIKE A\E TO PUNCH THOSE IT WOULDN'T BRING BACK MV *9,000 OB AAV GIRL. TMEW A VJA8.0U,, CAN GET COtAtA IN THE Mtt COttP*. now that i'm busted, ha 1 rOR RENT: 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 477 AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas BLASTED, THIEVING, TWO-BV FOUR GANGSTERS ON THE just $rf the worm FOR RENT—Furnished apart ments. Phone 484. IT IMS FOR RENT: 2 room furnished apartment with private bath 205 East 10th St. Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but ...

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

HI m 1? S W3jm iff,5 'wmi Hi A. Loeb to Memory Legte- Bup Named A. Loeb read a paper Injuries" Monday members of the No- Medical' society at it supper-meet of the sician gave in detail outcome of such 'George A. Gray, county •director, read a paper on „itile Paralysis", a similar he presented recently to a body in Dallas. His pre- paration gave statistics on c^6s in Texas and the nation, a* well as in Nolan county. Dr. R. R. Allen, president, pre- siding the membership paused in memory of the late Dr. H. C. Scott, pioneer physician, and the late F. J. Richardson, retir- ed early day Nolan county phy- sician, find resolutions were pas- sed on their deaths. Dr. Allen appointed a legisla- tive Committee composed of Dr. C. A. Rosebrough, Dr. J. W. Youpg, Roscoe and Dr. Sam A. Loeb, to increase their repre- sentation in the house of dele- gate^ at the May meetings of the Texas State Medical associa- tion and also for matters con- cerning physicians during ses- sions of legislature. Dfc. ...

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