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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

iVJ? —hi ffnPrTm/ff^m' pSIP^ M ■*$% ■', f&B HiM^wrwySlSl ) The Last of a Big Navy Bomber : ■■/■ :■ '%:&&>&' <> , ,' •->•: "■ * All tliat remained of one of the l". S. Navy's bin bombers after it crashed (lining maneuvers off Kaena Point, Hawaii, is indicated by the arrow in the picture above. Five crew mem- bers lost their lives ii> the crash. One theory given is that the bomber plunged into the steep cliff in the background and bounced back into the ocean. A coast guard vessel is seen near the wreckage, a portion of one uing. Clean-Up Halted ' By Cold Weather Sweetwater residents are showing splendid cooperation with the Nolan County Health unit, the fire department and the city in the city-wide clean- up campaign underway this week. Trucks have removed large quantities of winter accumula- tions from premises in the south part of the city and in part of the district lying northeast of the Texas and Pacific. Inclemcnt weather today forc- ed the trucks ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

(fKBTVATEB UNH1R, SWBMWAfEH, TBUi Jubilee Celebration tserved By Baptist Women program on the Golden celebration was observ- ed by members of the First Bap- tist Women's Missionary Soc- [if*y Monday afternoon in the Ifturch parlors with 16 pre- ' .irtiiit. * - Preceding the program, Mrs. Z. C. Steakley presided during . a'brief business period, at which time the body voted to sponsor attendance of the senior h*h school at the annual Sen- ior Day celebration at Hardin- Simmons University, Abilene, on April 30. The district convention of W. M. U. will be entertained iri: Sweetwater next spring, it was decided Monday afternoon. Mrs. S. H. Bothwell, Golden Jubilee chairman, explained the purpose of the celebration on the fiftieth anniversary of the W. M U„ and displayed attractive posters with the watchword for the year and the goal to be at- tained by the increase in fin- ances, service, and other acti- vities during the year. She dis- tributed small gold banks to hold the offerings fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

W- THURSDAY, APRIL: 7, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS •9 O PirateS'White Sox QameFor Sweetwater Postponed One Snow-Covered Diamond Ruled Too Slippery Major League Elite Hunts Jack Rabbits As Recreation Stunt An exhibition game between the Pittsburgh Pirates am) the Chicago White Sox was post- poned for one year today, it was announced following a con- ference between league mana- gers and Geo. Barber, sec.-man- ager of sponsoring Board of City Development. Ticket money will be refunded. The hundreds of fans who came for the Sweet- water game, plus those who stav- ed at home due to the unusual snowstorm, may see the game in Abilene Friday. Many will remain in Sweetwater tonight and follow the teams to Abilene tomorrow. The Pirates, road and train- weary, will spend the night in the Blue Bonnet hotel, and some of the White Sox will do the same. It is big league day in Sweetwater and both players and fans are making the best of a disappointing edict from <lie weatherman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

I & iSl ; ' PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS W-l: an «m iftc mouth ttuietk obligation; but not to only our silence, which costs us -• : ■ IESSMEN HAVE IONS TO ABUSE | W#fiy of our Washington governmental aer- take a delight in lambasting business on dxt should not b# surprised if the economic pot move upwart more quickly. They could from any dairyman. The dairyman knows |is cows are herded about and constantly har- By will gradually produce less and less milk, eatment of the bossies reaches a point where mistreated the milk flow goes down to a [businessman must read a new governmental against his efforts to bolster employment iuction in the daily press, his reaction is alike that of bossy. After months of this abuse, followed by legislation which fol- fthe line of thought of the abuse, it is certain pwv down if not kill enthusiasm for new busi- es tor expanding enterprises. liatt is needed is a more peaceful setting for busi- to| go ahead: a chance to catch its breath before iugjt ab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

■ Mz-tb ?.m* mmw w-uv'Wyrp xft&wm m. ™*m■■>>.:wf^wy^w- •; ' ••■'•, ' • y-i - y\ j\ . Si? ^SlgP w?|(lrWA95W';,Tr ••' *$E *"'* -* W;^;. " * • ;$&«. •"■•••• vp. ■. W: •v h\% ■" "'p? HRflWDAY, APRIL 7, 1938 •r4- Sludents Visit Their Parents ROTAN — Misses Mary and 1 Frances Taylor, Denton college students, are spending the spring vacations here with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W.-F. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Camp- bell spent the weekend here with his mother and her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edmond- son of Houston and Mrs. J. T. Edmondson of Quanah visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Barth last week. Mr. and Mrs. Barth ac- companied Mrs. Edmondson to her home in Quanah. The S. & M. Tailor shop is undergoing extensive repairs and redecorations. SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS V. V-|'.W The New Jersey state police department established a bureau of identification for fowls in an effort to curb chicken thie- ves. D & D CITY TAXI TAXI 2067 2502 We are now operat- in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

Found 1®®;? Mr*W.W.BMiln Locai Hospital sge mortality rate pre- Nolan county during cords of the health unit on was slight, scarlet d chic ten pox leading of quarantinable cases, ere 1G ehickenpox and it fever cases throughout ty. Most of the attacks comparatively mild complications of conse- have occurred, except in t, where the patient was !j$red for, according to officials. it the 1938 immunization , there were C79 Schick 1 tuberculin tests, 218 itheria toxoid, 736 typhoid " ie and 241 smallpox vac- given, with Dr. George A. t director and Miss Ella itVon, nurse, in charge, en Tests g March 021 people were ven • tuberculin tests, with iVeh positive reactors reported, ••chest x-rays were made, service was made possible iligh the Nolan County Tu- HCUlosis association. Applica- tto the state sanatorium was [e for six active cases. v Two crippled children were " itted to service and the :e visited these children tour times. Arrangements are lerway with a local organiza- for returning...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

m V tttuittDAY, Aim ?, m r SWfcffTWA'IfcR KEPOftiEK, SWEETWATER, TEXAS CLASSIFIED HPKri.XTi NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mlms Bldg. Dial S81 \bilene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anytlfing in the way of security. Joe II. Boothe. .IONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Pennants $1 to $5 | All Work Guaranteed Phone 2419 _ . f Visitors Honored 9 At Slumber Party By CHRISTINE WILKINS CLAYTONV1LLE — A group of Rirls gathered Wednesday ® nisht at. the home of Miss Thei- ma Hoskins, who was hostess at a slumber party honoring Misses Fa.ve, Lola and Bernice Burnett of Boyd who visited 0 in the community last week. Others attending were Misses Artez White, Vernelle Bonner. Christine Wilkins, Marie White. Marie Stautzenberger, Juanita Hicks, 1 initio Burnett. Eula Mae # Vaughan, and Florence Howell. The P.urneUs were guests while here of Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 April 1938

circuit composed of eight West Texas towns including Sweet water. „ * ♦ • News Briefs Have Cute In Contest annual district 5 Inter- iastic league one-act play sent is to open Friday lit in" the municipal auditor according to Miss Ethel kins; district director, fen schools in the district to have casts in the con- J, the finals of which are to Ife. held Saturday night. Tin the preliminary rounds wriday night, four plays are to given, the session starting 7:45 o'clock. The four are in H. Reagan junior high, esenting "Elmer" and direct- by Mrs. A. A. Autrey; Abi- lene high, "Yes Means No" and directed by Clarence B. Ford Colorado, "Three's A Crowd", 'directed by Miss Gladys Miller; and Newman high, "Pink and Patches", directed by Miss Sara Wheat. Stntnrday Morning Session ■■ Saturday morning's session begins at 9 o'clock w'th Sny- cter presenting "Differential Kindness", directed by Miss An- i^e Fae Sewal! as the first of the series; followed by Wylie of Tteylor county, "Be Home by Jji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

WT flam? V . Jm W:\ " f ¥&} iEK ¥ SIf:Wt 4-tPSPp ffl Wfyw, EUROPEAN ★ ★★★★★ vere Freeze Loss To Livestock Thought Negligible Belated winter continued its savage attack upon Sweetwater and West Texas today as the mercury dropped to 20 degrees here to set still a lower record for April temperature. Thousands of dollars of damage from the freeze is expected in this immediate area. Farmers, orchardists, gardeners and others gave up all hope of any of the fruit and vegetables escaping the savage siege. Fo- liage on all trees, including mes- quites, said to be the real har- bingers of spring in West Tex- as, were withered by the frigid blast. Grain growers, who were look- ing forward to one of the larg- est. grain crops in the history of the county, this morning viewed their fields, black and withered from the biting north wind, fearful that anywhere from 50 to 85 per cent of the wheat and oats crops were total- ly lost. ' A check among sheep and goat, raisers revealed that the loss t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

■ >• ', . > taxsiwa ftlftAY, •-> >1*08 Of bounties STATION — Con i been Jet to two San Antonio companies for aerial surveys , of 10,233 square miles in 13 Texas counties, according to word received by E. N. Holm- green, administrative officer of Shrnw ?<± o fFOOOS t PICGLY "WIGGLY Pure Cane SUGAR 10 lb. 40c Kraft Bag "w ^ 251b. 1.29 im Cloth Bag Gold Bar Reaches NO. 2 CAN 2 for 25c Primrose CORN NO. 2 CANS 25c Folgers ^ COFFEE unci m. 55c IN OUR VEGETABLE DEPTT SPUDS o 19«= Fresh Beans, Squash, Cucumbers Nice Fruit BANANAS Dozen 15« Fresh Strawberries Full of Juice ORANGES Each lc Fresh Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce New POTATOES lb. 4« Shortening 4 >bs. 42c Best Maid vs i*ini tuc ^ J|9B Salad Dressing Pt 1 / c Vi Pint 10c Betsy Ross. (Flour (j lbs 12 II) 24 lb. 29c 49c 89c PORK «c BEANS can 5c Fresh Water Cat Fish lb. 28c Sugar Cured Sliced BACON ih. 24c Pork lb. SAUSAGE 15c 28c 25c 18C ih. 29c loc Fancy Steak ROUND, lb. . T'KRLOIN, lb Stamped Fresh... BUTTER BOL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

Hi t si FRIDAY, -AI*RIL 8, -1938, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS r All Grocery Prices In Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday cuut- WEEKLY DOLLARS AT SUNBEAM! End the daylight slaving of tramping from store to store after mythical savings. Save Time everv dav by getting all your meats, groceries and vegetables at this complete and convenient market. You'll find it saves you dollars, too. for in every department you'll find the finest quality and prices that are substantially lower. Penny Cand v Easter Eggs ^ Dozen Runny Tint EASTER EGG DYE 10c Pkg. 5© Chase and Sanborn's Dated Coffee ib.X4c Get a Charlie McCarthy Spoon by Sending in one Hag Front and 10c. Campbell's Tomato Soup can 7 2 * Iluxton Red Pitied Cherries 215c cans © Heart's Delight Prune Juice 10c Can^i* Nancy Hanks Peaches NO. 1 CAN T0KUK > ' Blackberries NO. 2 CAN 5c 10c Rippled Wheat |M f Pkg. 9« Standard Corn NO. 2 CAN Chocolate Covered Cherries 25c Box 7f« IS* Del Monte Apricots 2 Limit 15c TALL CA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

^Ifjr* ^T |1 jl| || _.. f ,: Xv - ..r^.i.v'-^v; ^ .^.jty^...., ,. i .-^•^•^51-nil ••'v. _' ' '■ mm ' I—Features J:W8i: Published' each PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 ofHce"in"Sweetwater, Texas, George Bennitt and Russell I' t | ; -7 * ■< AME MESQUITES AK1NG A CHANCE ON WEATHER use to blame these West Texas mesquites for on their Spring attire before the last vestige ter had passed. We all make mistakes and they ;nly were encouraged to put on summer clothing, ted Winter storm does have its disadvantages Stot West Texas is not alone as most of the country east E|ttf the Rocky Mountains has gone in for a hi}? April snow g with frost trimmings. We may not like the brand of weather that is sent to us but in tho main it is fortunate that no one can do anything about it. What, for instance, would happen if congress could order the weather? We would be without weather most of the time while it "Ws being decided whether we should get sun- shine rain, snow, sleet. Then t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

sMsjs vVI5>3:;;\j ^WSip?4JW.«Blfw «w AY, APRIL 8, 1938 l "ii',i 'I.' SW EETWATEK KEPOHlfcll, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • • Cold Weather Causes Director To Call Events Schedule Moved Up With Plenty of Time Remaining to Qualify Track and field events of the District 5 University lnter- scholastic League were called off today on account of inclement weather, and postponed until next Saturday. Tennis prelimi- naries likewise were postponed one week, to open next Friday afternoon. Even though the weather clears Saturday, the track and field would not be in condition for the matches. This in addi- tion to bad traveling conditions caused the officials to postpone the meet, also considering that the weather is too uncertain for tomorrow. All Moved Forward All schedules will be mftved forward one week. Events sche- duled for April 8. 9 will he con- ducted April 15 and l(i. Those in the junior division scheduled April 16, including part of the tennis schedule and soft ball, will he conducted April...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

PftlfiAV, Zlrtttt t, 14W • ping Attack On Depression Planned By Administration on of nding And oposed Details of Plans Millions ed Unemployed WASHINGTON — (UP) — u'Presklent Roosevelt today con- sidered a sweeping attack on the depression through early | resumption of federal-spending and easy long term loans of an estimated $2,250,000,000 to $1,- 250,000,000. Some details, of Hie plan, which the White House ac- knowledged is on Mr. Roose- velt's desk, are vague. They probably will be clarified when Works Progress Administrator Harry L. Hopkins testifies on I I1 if BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE 1—Good Used A Ag Kitchen Cabinet Ot/) 2—Good Used Dressers 9.95 1—4-pc. Bedroom Suite Excellent Af Condition ... *4*7 J 1—4 pc. Bedroom Suite Vat: 32.5s 1—Good gas I f AC Range 1—Good gas Q {$£? Range 1—Perfection Stove Used Only Short Time Reg. $77 Seller Only 49.50 J. W. ELROD the relief problem before the Senate unemployment investi- gating committee. Hopkins and his - assistant, Aubrey Willi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

• • wm- SWEEtfWAfER REPORTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS CLASSIFIED Theatres i ® HPECIAIi NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 19 \bilene, Texas 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 8® Eugena Waves — $2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 if rooms for bent FOR RENT—Nicely furnished modern front bedroom. Close in -110 Crane St. apartments for rent FOR RENT: 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 477. FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 484. • FOR RENT: Two very desirable furnished apartments in brick building. Close in. Apply 604 East 3rd St., or phone 2815. FOtTTTeNT: 2 room furnished • apartment with private bath. 205 East 10th St. FOR-RENT: Nicely furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, • West Broadway. FOR SALE FOR SALE 203 West Oklahoma, t-room S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 April 1938

w Wwmi '!■ <4'k ji'%* 'jr. M~- ' ■ jSWEETWA' mm hi. T* '*& f Hi m «3R? f s' «*L: i:'; ' ; ft ;| £§k: •' Wf *" '-> FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 193$ # ip ®;li 5FS of i's Program Senate (Mr Premier Likely Be War Minister guard Daladier RIS — (UP) — The men- of machine guns on the roof he senate building, manned mobile guard stormtroops, night repulsed several thou- rioting leftists shouting ng Caillaux" and protesting ainst the overthrow of Pre- r Leon Blum's popular front government. .Heads of angry communists and. socialists were bashed, knives flashed and ambulances clanged through the melee with injured before the demonstra- tors, estimated at between 3,000 and 4,000, were driven from in front of the building by the sight of the machine guns, rifles and bayonets of 5,000 police and mobile guards. . The machine-gun cordon was ordered around the senate by senate president, Jules Jeannen- ey, under his emergency consti- tutional powers after the leftists swarmed about shouting "Hang Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

ml mmi M m :.iWA "p mP>T- am m MP REGAIN LOST BILLIO •) Two Widely Sought r.*,. Home-made movies that. were to he a souvenir of ha|>p.v childhood days will lit- put to tragic use when they are combined in a movie "short" for a nation-wiilc appeal from the screen on hchalf of kidnaped 12-year-old Peter Lcvine. This picture is enlarg- ed from one of the films, in which the hoy's father, Mur- ray Lcvine, will request as- sistance of movie audicnccs. Winter's Grip Broken, Damage Being Surveyed Losses Not Expected To Be as Great as Were First Estimated * Old Man Winter's grip on Sweetwater, Nolan county anii environs was finally broken Sat- urday as the day dawned, clear and calm and much warmer _ than it had been the last 48 * hours. County Agent it. B. Tate, • farmers and livestock men sur- veyed the damage done by the sold blast and were undecided * as to the full extent of the loss to crops and livestock. lie Some Damage While they agreed there would bo some damage to the grain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

• a ---v; m .-fHI ?« 'tyrfg&W**' : * .tfiVV /rV;-?, // * .J| ;.. ~- " >'^f ■ # < . ' y*d± ' '■vvy- . > IgSrog:^ Society •mm ll-j-j!. i1 •mnm SUNDAY, apr«| la im u I ■■■ IHI I U.L, 1 . W • * v - , Women's luleresi Clubs • Cliurches $04 Pj ■SHI Theme Used Fpr^ner rose theme predominated in Ions, and pink roses were favors when Mrs. Amos >r entertained the Mari- bridge club Wednesday af- at her home, 3X1 Elm, extended her hospitality to le six guests besides the members. ■our tables of contract bridge •e in play with Mrs. Leland iss winning the high score members and Mrs. Aubrey Legg for guests. \t the tea hour tables were itered with two-tierred crystal rs holding hors-d'oeuvres, ca- and home made candies Ich were served with molded &ds and iced tea. Pink roses irning each plate. Quests included Mmes. M. K. svenson, L. L. Armor, C. M. tugh, Aubrey Legg, Glenn sell and John Perry, mem- bers being Mmes. George Beak- Garland Vinson, John Bled- L. R. Cramer, Albert Bra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

v|P T 4 J • |w In. |n- 1 • • • 1 I • • t • I • t • I • I J * ' 1 • J O c ■ mm- mm, p m$Wm$RlffilBPS smibkhr'S:? v,~. ,*v #;V7;- WOOkAV, mMl io. lttft rmrrr.r m SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■ Women's Interest Clubs • Churches 1> = .■ "■■" I 1" " ■ 1 ■"■ J lone "D. Perry Society Editor Dial 3328 District Convention Of Federated Clubs April 20 to 2 Six Local Qroups To Be Represented April is district convention month for federated club wo- men in Texas, and Sweetwater club women are turning their thoughts toward Eastland where the twenty-third annual spring convention is to convene April 20, 21 and 22. The four federated study clubs, the City Federation of Women's Clubs and the Nolan County Federation will have delegates 10 represent their respective organizations, and several district and s' lto chair- men from here expo'-t to at- tend and take part n the pro- gram. Sweetwater clubs have four district chairmen and one state chairman. Theme for the convention is • Incline ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

mm& I gl •- - .4, V PAGE FOUR >; |K!$ SWEETWATER, TEXAS .—Features SUNDAY, APRIL 10, Put also each mo except Saturday, * •-*- edition 1938 lorntag and ita ©n Thursday by Tfie Sweetwatar . Inc. Entered as second class mattev at poet, office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1820. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Puba. I the good thepherd; the good ahepherd kit life for hi* sheep.—John 10;11. la a quarry, out of which we are to mold clrfael aiul complete a character.—Goethe. o )D FRIDAY SERVICES iGED BY MINISTERS Sweetwater churchgoers will have an opportunity on Good Friday to confirm their support of the plans Off the Ministerial Alliance in planning a three-hour service for that day. The service will be replete with messages fi-om the pulpit by the pastors cooperating and with special music. It will usher in the annual Easter observance by creating a suitable background. Public response, alone will determine, however, the good that can flow from such unified action. Consideri...

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