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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

TO' % SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1938 Ml SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Late Rallies Upset Leaden In So/tball League Contest M&M Beats Out Internationals In Sixth Frame Winners Take Second Position In Standings By Virtue of Victory International led M&M for six innings in their game at city park Friday but blew up in their half of the sixth to allow 6 runs and lose the contest, 11 to 6. Greer relieved Edgar in the second inning, after the former had walked the first four men to face him, and caused the next three batters to fly ,out to the infield to retire the side. Homer Ties Score Johnson's homer in the sixth tied the score at 6 all, and Howe followed with another homer with two on the sacks to ice away the game. Leading 9 to 6, M&M's slugging aggrega- tion went on to score two more runs, and to take the game. Ford homered for Internation- al with two on in the second to lead the Harvester crew. By virtue of the victory, M&M went ahead of Sunbeam in the standings, wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

HnB&l (PwHaP w a t mmmms ■■■■■ -•Features PAGE SIX sweetwater, texas BSftwV i$ m Spirit} and they that vcorthip Bim tcorihip Hin^ in spirit and in truth.—John .j..,What greater calamity can fall upon a nation tl«e low of worship?i—Carlyle. §? o I 1 1 H If is 'c ;/ U f i K i IWAY WIDENING SHOULD ELIMINATE HAZARDS That stretch of the Broadway of America just east of the city limits that might appropriately be called MDead Men's Lane" because of the traffic casualties in that sector is being widened up to over-pass. This is a noteworthy improvement as far as it goes and should remove the hazards that have cahused a series of traffic deaths and serious accidents during the past twelve months. There is no doubt that narrow pavements can- not adequately accommodate the combination of motor car, bus and truck traffic which grows with each passing year. The larger vehicles create both a practical and psychological hazard to even the experienced driver. From the point of view of those wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

• • T>- • • • ■ BWEPI^XTEii REPORTER* 5WHvfwArKH TzKaS **gy lie Igs las iso Jill fy'§ ac-w in- I to kn- t ry- ii u- Ire- Iro- Iro- les# \od ire |ro- Is a fe* bct- thy Val- or lus.§ lers Jest do |dio as Buc.il be ray res- lirst |ago a Irtu- ) , Veteran Surveyor Features Captain 'Jack' Elgin Describes Colorado Historical Meet Early Events School Teachers Attend Conclave On Texas History Captain John E. (Jack) El- gin, of San Antonio, who came to this section of West Texas as head of a surveying crew of Texas Rangers in 1872, gave an appealing report at the CAPTAIN ELGIN meeting of the West Texas His- torical society at Colorado Sat- urday. Judge R. C. Crane, who lias been president of the organiza- tion for many years, presided at the session. Reports were presented on mediate section. The Butterfield the historical events of this im- Trail, the life and efforts of J. G. Hardin, deceased Wichita Falls oil man, and the history of the railroads were discussed. Historical Feature Capt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

jaaWMwSBliwwM wAmemtfrn 5,®S'.''ieS im&eu yi . if . > ^* : I Suitable For Maid of Honor tary in protest against Cham berlain's negotiations with Italy might rr'urn to the cabinet Roscoe Service Station Opened In England n Group As "Strong Man" Regime Forms LONDON — (UP) — Prime inister Neville Chamberlain lied upon his predecessor, ord Baldwin of Bewdley, for -advice on a re-shuffling of the " cabinet which will be announc- ;'ed within' the next 10 days, it f was understood tonight, s?; Several ministers will be in- : volved in the shuffling and -there have been persistent re- ;ports that Capt. Anthony Eden, " who resigned as foreign secre- ECONOMIC8 AUTHOR FORMS CABINET BUDAPEST, Hungary—(UP) The national union government of Premier Kalman Karanyi resigned and Bela von imredi, 47-year-old author and minister of economy, immediately organ- ized a "strong man" regime to cope with Nazi agitation. Karanyi, in office since Oct. 12, 1936, immediately after the death of former Prem...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

& ■ H" f"fi CLASSIFIED ADS -t. '• •' •- p'-W* rfjj' 'V •■: v V ' ffs! '- [y'! IPf'lPfP"' ■**HP '''^ "n ' .h sag>«,5 /?x$m< v * ' '/ r ' , ftf?'Mjf " v v* . * ' %f - 'f* " SECTION II SECTION II <31 FEATURES CLASSIFIED 72 VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1938 NUMBER • '£' Q J O ■ "si o t In lc C o ' o William McGraw Opens West Texas Drive In Sweetwater Campaign For Governor Will Get Boost Here Program Scheduled On Courthouse Lawn Wednesday Night William McCraw will open his West Texas campaign for the governorship at Sweetwat- er, Wednesday, May 19, at 8 p. m. on the court house grounds, it was announced Saturday by Bob McKissick. Decision of Mc- Craw to come to Sweetwater was prompted by the fact that his local supporters prevailed upon McKissick to bring Mc- Craw here to usher in his West Texas speaking activities. The speaking on Wednesday night is looked upon as one of the really important events to take place in Sweetwater dur- ing the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

r jfi ./' % —— pjr-:'. ■ ioa (X of Road WW Be In Austin May 24 fm}. for the construction of than 80 miles of seal coat [ in the Sweetwater area will Opened in Austin May 24, ac- cording to official notice from the State Highway Department. Plans and specifications on I the construction included in the project have been prepared by the office of George J. Kempkin, Jr., Abilene, resident engineer of the State Highway Depart- ment Description of the roads to be improved in following 81.214 miles, is: From end of concrete pave- ment to Nolan county line; High- vcay 80 Mitchell county; 6 miles northwest Snyder to Garza county line; highway 84 Scurry county; highway 84 Nolan coun- ty from Roscoe to Mitchell coun- ty line; will be received at the State Highway Department. o Seniors Of Roby Take Annual Trip ROBY — A group of 46 Roby high school seniors joined by 2 Royston students made up a party that went to Carlsbad Caverns Friday on the annual Senior Day tour. They will re- turn Sunday n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

SUTWAY, MAY- lit 19M' IVERTI SWEETWATER # Lead In Ice Cream Week Observa■ Annual National Event Features Large Industry Outlet For Products In West Texas Area * Provided by Firms National Ice Cream week ob- served arfnually and dedicated to an important industry this year May 15-22 inclusive, is being marked with an extensive educational expansion program for the entire Sweetwater area by manufacturing, wholesaling and retailing firms of the city, starting today. Four major firms annually employ a large payroll in the city. They contribute directly and indirectly to the economic prosperity of the large area by providing an outlet for milk, cream, eggs and other products that go into the making of this important food. They are Van- dervoort's Quality Dairy, Tay- lor's Drive Inn, Tom's Ice Cream and Snowhite Cream- ery company, makers of Dairy- land products. Important Food These industries, together with thousands over the na- tion, point out that ice cream, once considerad a luxury,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

. Ad'>- *. • >11^; Yaha to $1.85 Monday t Only' Roby, R. O. Frlque Part Linen B8i! Crash Toweling 25° Yds. Limit 12 Yards to Custumer Tfye most paticular and t'ie most fastidious are more tan pleased with our service department. Our car washing with "Pres- sure washehr" is second to none. Our lubrication depart- ment eiliminates the squeaks. our body and mechanical de- partment are "tops" with the very latest motor anlyzer and body equipment. Our Mechanic Knows How to Make POP S TOPS WASH AND GREASE BOTH FOR 1.50 BROUGHTON MOTOR COMPANY "One Stop Service" Dial 2872 Roby, Lon Quinn PREPARE FOR SUMMER <c LET US — Prepar your automobile for summer driving. The condition and appear- ence of your car depends upon you—call on us today. Window Glass Replaced CaV.^..... 2.00 Let us give your car a complet check-over. Fenders Rolled Nolan, Miss Helen Hedges SCOn WRECKING COMPANY W. Brodway Phone 2371 1st Prize $2.00 Directions.' In the advertisments on these two pages a e a nu verti...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

■I ?s ale a number of misspeled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the ad- )i? iniing the largest number of mispelled words and who precents the ads acompa- |6 o'c ock p. m. Monday will recieve a first pr ice of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- § t e Jirst price winner will recieve a price of $1 cash. Please not entrys will be received ^t entry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. « D WORDS YOU CAN FIND 2nd Prize $1.00 In Cash! Y SPECIALS May Economy Festival 4*Ball Croquet Set • Hardwo d Malletes and Balls • Regulation Size Striped Halls • Wire Archs • Complete with Rules 6' COLDSPOT Floor Samples Monday Only Original Price $119.95 $1.98 Values Monday .39 Only High Quality Wallpaper ?s kst r S ■ ®p^ S■ | , U' CZ3 —J >*| New Patterns and Colors lor Evry Room ijjJ Designs Found Only in High Quality Wall Paper I; . ;iCi"°Ii Monday Only Single Roll , Power Beauty a Efficiency 9 Lasting Economy Watch the Crowds Flock to Sears Phoni 611 Sweetw...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

... Wmi mWy , jrBe 'nCfi- MRIg f&i Pi w«i#,' "* ■ r** ft* a. :vf;r| ! v''" •j ' IP \ . im Hi.uuu', M'f" i Reporter * Classified Advertising Seniors Carry Out Erection Of New Structure Lutheran Pastor To Give Baccalaureate For 1938 Exercises By LAHOMA DICKSON ROSCOE — Further carrying out their extensive building pro- gram. graduating seniosr of Ros- coe high school will feature "Building" in their commence- ment program. Students will furnish the program with no outside speaker provided, Supt. I. R. Huchingson has announc- ed. ■The Rev. J.. L>. Braun, pastor •of the Lutheran Church of Ros- coe. will deliver the baccalau- reate sermon at 11 o'clock May 22. With 20 gr luates. girls cap- tured the highest honors. Mary Virginia Arledge posted the highest grades among graduat- ing seniors with Fannie Lou Vestal second. High honor boy was James Scruggs, editor of j "The Gleaner." Commencement May 27 The commet, ..ement program will be held at 8 p. m. Mc\y 27 in the school auditoriu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

-Wf • HK m mt-m ..... <v >• '-skisagemt . €:'m m ''■& DW££Ti WATER 1 Aflsorted CUP CAKES, Angel Cream f m** APRldOT PIES, ea. IjC DOUGHNUtS, doz. 15c PACE BROS. SK OZARK CAFE Beer and Short Orders and Plate Lunches 104 Oak St. Mack Lamm * * TAYI CITY 2067 I MAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service Registered Optometrists Expert exami- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand M.'ide Roots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP TAYLOR'S CAFE 'Biggest Little Place in Town' Beer, Steaks, Short Orders Cold Drinks 204 E. Broadway Maytag Sales and Service Genuine Parts, Maytag Oil C,. D. BRASHERS Authorized Dealer 417 Oak St. Phone 2:581 BAREFIELD & ELLIOTT! Groceries and Meats "Open Early and Late" 106 Oak St. LOANS — INSURANCE REALTORS For Sale 320 acre Stock 35 mi. . \V. from Sweetwater, good well, windmill, three room house, 120 acre cultiva- tion,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

Scout Leader A11 u Attain Ob he Schedule < i' -juwunmer activities for Sweet ' -water Boy Scouts, members of r :*be Buffalo Trail council, will .Ifcclude a swimming meet, dist rtet and local camps, according to Alfred J. Stiles, area execu five. A district camp is plan ned for each of the six districts to this area, the local troops ^pending the time at the Lake Sweetwater campsite. .Summer camp for the troops ot the area will again be held at Barksdale in the Nueces val- ley, scene of five previous C&fops. This camp will be held Iran July 26 through August 9, and Sweetwater always has a good representation at the meet. Trip To Mexico - Immediately following the Barksdale camp, plans are being formulated for a trip to Mexi- co City, which is an added at- traction. Plans are not definite, tout interested persons are be- ing contacted, and a report will be given soon. The swimming meet for troops in the Buffalo Trail coun- cil will again be held at Mid- land, with entries from ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

Pf? f-i: o o o of saw! COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter COMIC SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 15. 1938 57Si5-15-SB by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr 1938 Edgar Rltf Bufroushs. !nc - Tm R-i I' S P-* OH TtoilurrU b P«mou< iiookt nd Pl.ivv DiMMbutrd by UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc THE FLYING SQUADRON A HUNDRED WARRIORS HAD PENETRATED THE WALLS BEFORE TARZAN DISCOVERED THEM. THE APE-MAN HIMSELF WAS TUE TO EDGE OF THE WEDGE THAT BIT INTO THE WARRIOR RANKS*. QU1CKLN HE GATHERED A FLYING JQUADRON FOR A DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO ITEM THE JAVAGE TIDE. PRESSED THEM 50 CLOSELV THAT THEY COULD USE NEITHER 5PEARS NOR ARROWJ EFFECTIVELY \ v f « v \ | k\, i ■111 - I : - LUCKILY THE BLACKS WERE WITHOUT CARTRIDGES AND THE PIONEERS AT LAST THE ATTACKERS CUT THE LINE, AND RAMMED THE SATES .SHUT i THEN THE^f TURNED FULL FORCE UPOH THE C0NFU5ED TRIBESMEN. ''-s. A i .SOME WERE SLAIN, BUT MOST OF THEM FLED WITH 1SHTAWS MESSENGER 10 THE ARSENAL. THERE THEY BARRICADED THEMSELVES WITH THE PLENTIFUL .SUP...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

SBjfpf, ! - ^' •• ' ' "* *- it ' * *' •' *1 • •' . ty^-% -J ,-y? : ^ v'vf'"ViK V"! ••; '' '■ ♦■' .W' ;" - . V,"„- I K/ • • # • • • w • • • • • % • • : • 4 9 THAT WALL" SAFE. BEHIND THE PICTURE ' MY PLANTS SHOULD BE /ORKING OVER- TIME TURNING OUT * SUNS AND POISON GAS- WAIT*riL I SET HOLD OF OOCTOR TMOR-7HAT IDIOT MANAGER U HE LEFT IT UNGUARDED AND IT HOLDS A MILLION IN CASH / I THAT SUMY FRAUD - 111 FLAY «/M At/Vf / IT DID HOLD A • MILLION - -IF THAT SLIPPERY WEASEL MAS-'' m IN THE DWARF FORGETS HOW CLOSE HIS PURSUERS MAY BE UPON HIS THE (Oopyrisfct, in*, by Th B«U Bynd.c.u, 1m.) (Ttrt. *Urk fag 0 «. Fat Oft*.) THERE S THE DWARF'S YACHT- WITH THE CREW STILL ABOARD, MAKING FAST "TO THE WHARF iHiiiii T.tz*1 I*g—— — _ m/Trr""— w... .'.'.'."".v. . y ■ • - — —- ^;.y. • mmm IWMMHMM F- THE DWARF S ONLV A PEW MINUTES AHEAD OF US-- WHEN WE'VE THROWN A GUARD ROUND THE VILLAGE AIRPORT AND HIGHWAYS WE'VE GOT HIM COLD ! NO. 117 SHATTERED A NAVAL TRADITION DURING FLEET "AANEUV5RS IN (893 A BRITIS...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

; - m ■ 1 DON'T BLAME YUH, OOf> K3RGETTIN' SORE AT VOL)? TOUGH WITH GUZ AKJD UMPA FOR. CL AIMIN') -WHY, FOOZY- I'M THIS STUFF AFTER THEV NEARLY LOST J SURPRISED AlCHAl DlNKJY, BUT, GEE — 1 HOPE YOU J OF COURSE I'M MOT- VOLT AKJ' ME'S PARDNJERS C'MON, WE GOTTA SORT OUR, STOCK/ AIN'T MAD AT ME... mm, WHEN V'SOCKED Ol! TUNK AN' CAME AWAV WITH THIS LOAD OF PLUNDER, BOY, I SAY- V'SURE FIXED US UP WITH STUFF TO TRADE.' OFFHAND, FOR. LIFE WE'RE MADE ^OPENING SNP WELL.ON THIS KIND OF MERCHADISE OUR TURNOVER AIN'T LIKELY T'BE SO FAST, BUT I DON'T RECKON WE'LL STARVE, 7S,J «j*g# IK) THE MEANTIME- HEY/ YOU APES... HALT/ WHO ARE YOU? or rtANi CARLY HIJTORY UPON what proof can the persistent fable of the lost continent of Atlantis be based, other than the references made to it in Plato's writings? To date, there is no proof—only theory and romantic conjec- ture, plus the fact that had there once been an Atlantis, it would tend to remove the mys- tery which shrouds many other- wise unexplainab...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

J|JP COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • • • • Nut mo fair>~-awlng him do a VANCE TO a swing number, with him at th' end op his rope f Sj[ Th' brothers ii karma" w uts/y ) are at it a<5aiw~~ when you look their way and see smoke there's bound to be those two wet bl an kets ar ou n d f v. 1 ^JgjgSgte OUR BOARDING HOUSE 1 WAS APPOINTED DEPUTY SHERIFF NOW I'LL CORK THAT TIN-HOPPER INI TH' JUGt I'LL CATCH HIM BY LASSOING HIM western-sheriff style/ DO SOUND EFFECTS ao with -that pie-tin badge? SAkj FR&M COME sevcmsk To elcl/'&WSKj sevesjsk ■mmmvk laie.hts mBmm® how p VA like my silent partner,boy's<? he ou6hta feel at home arouupyou two f why say/ it's only a pummy ^ achVOT luck f l <3 stoggiwgs scretched n 3rd race und 1 pigged him for a runner f #11sms you 6ave him plenty of rope but he couldn't take it' Ilia FrZO M TOO To o^e ✓>; *■ l / « , ■ ed ad, alvln—you come by your ability look,uncle amos/ watch me hit that old oil drum...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

' .■■ -■■'■ t ' -,r :•• ■**"'*'''■ y, ;''V ■■'* v Vi|"'^? ■'' ; ■ "'"■' '" ; ' '' : ' I ' ' ' 'J : J -'• ■■••',' ^ f ' SAY, THROW ME THAT PILLOW IN THE CHAIR SM 0 ^ v V.l^t.eyr 7vOU SNIP I'LL FIX VOU FOR '—\ / WELL, VOU ( 5WATTIMG ME WITH THAT PILLOW/ \l SAID THROW V— , I'LL TAKE SOME OF A IT, DIDN'T THE SMART r—' V. VOU? I'M GOING TO KEEP ) ( MY DAY THROWING THIS AT SI WILL COME, YOU TILL VOU'LL HATEb DON'T THE SIGHT OF A r^V FEgGIT/ SOFA PILLOW MA'S AWAY, SO VOU THINK VOU CAN GET ROUGH, HAH? WELL, I'LL GIT EVEN SOME DAY' YOU'LL THINK IlassI %&* V OF VOU/ BJ M / i IflKiiili :■ vft:: OH,THERE > WHY, SURE 1 CAN GO - I'LL BE READY IN A JIFFY BUT DON'T WORRY- I'LL BE BACK TO FINISH THIS JOB } '/, .SMART GUY/ / / HE DIDN'T EXPECT A GIRL TO BE READY SO QUICKLY, I'LL BE RIGHT OVEE '«yYt 1I1...H, >!//>•* * ,y * HI . :=/ HEY/ UNTIE ME BEFORE. YOU GO - I'M NO HOUDIWI / PON T APOLOGIZE KJOW«* YOU DIDN'T KEEP ME WAITING AT ALL GEE, yOU RE SWELL/ AWFUL MICE OF SOU TO SAV THAT SO PA...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

m m m r*pcm>/ n This HERE'S pop when he was old enuf T'<50 twork* only he never pip go. ^ 6 & fflli ■:% | <m*m m. k PALOOKA © 1938. McHgught Syndicate. Inc. •jr.. CAN'T lVvfV lmlr*tZ0 ISN'T IT EMBARRASSING? 05) well i'll be darned f what is it? there's knobby walsh. I haven't seen him in five years. excuse me a minute. walshy you old sonofa&un—gosh it's good , t'see you^j well it's about time i forked it over eh p * say i've never met mr. palooka. why don't ya introduce ^ me e m V milk!? joe x want ya t'meet a dear pal of mine- MUMBLE H i ^ «- i can hear ev'rything except his name there's nothin' wron6< With mine. er-what's th' matter with yer ears? f An' HERE'S one of MOM vJ/ST about the same time. POP MET HER about then at a sunpy school picnic. |,j§ agg, r ''vj'twmt&m'- k • fly HAM FISHER I huh wonder who that is 2 KNOBBY/ he prob'ly wants your autagraft. h uh- yeah huh <? h've been wanting to pay you that two hundred bucks but we never seem to see one ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

I ' 1 CALL DOT OER @ V^&OTA ^ BEST FLIER VOT W> y^ GOT A i|M GIFTS AROUNDJHLJEALOUS HERE/ WlbJTORf3 - i!T \V > 1 « c ' ld5l I 1— >> ' !W|Sx \ : '■■■ M v,^L^.:A* y T*^b) •yrfTJV . iggl CUT ITOUDT YOU I5S MAKING IT SINK DOWN VAIT -NOW I FIX/ t .""• '/■"'1 . '--*&■ SHOO. I NOPE, MUFFED UMf f / DER BIG OLOPPU5.' 3 ■ fcv X V <*—^ •: CHEER UP. -HE GOT TO COME UP bUM O'VypT/ME.' HOLD EM YALE.' YIPPEE'/ BAH ALL VET AHEM - SUM KITE.* >V NOT GOO5s, NOT J V &.<■:■-< MBm mm Feature Ryndiwir. Ine , 8. ni Off.—Alt rithU w*r fil M *■ Jit IIWVKSIIWV the DETECTIVE m v iy<^*H00 - LAY-EE DEE J , , ^ - - / EXCELSIOR?TVIE FEDtI?AL/VON6.^ATU[AT!0Nj<J ART COMMISSION HAS A^tPftD) fl Anrv.,T,/x . i My marble VENUS roe THE^/ I UAUPLNTIO • I A MASTERPIECE# .•-■ ;.vav: : i' ig$iM$§gK& 3* "That night; shortly after HAtUKSHAUl AND CUAT30 HAVE LEFT TWEIR SCULprOB FRIEND: LAUQENTIO'-S STUDIO ELLO! HAWKSHAW?WhI '"THIS IS DP (i)AT^ -W^wo iS it you HAD HARDLY LEFT I ^L'' ...

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