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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 193(1 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Wheat Plowup Acreage May Still Be Designated In Cou Applications to Plow Up Grain Being Received Farmers Urged to Make Designations of Acreage Immediately More than COO applications for plowing under wheat in the 1938 agricultural conservation pro- gram have been filed in the of- fice of R. B. Tate, Nolan coun- ty extension agent. Farmers have until April ]5 to designate acreage to be plowed under. Those farmers who have plowed under wheat, and those who will do so by May 1, are urged to make this designation on the surface maps, so that they may get credit in the pro- gram. This actual designation of acres plowed under must be made by May 1, to see if the actual plowing conforms with the acreage designated when he the applications filed. Otherwise the farmer will be charged with may actually have plowed more, or less. It is anticipated that some old- Here Is a Bit of Advice If you are not taking our popular HOME CHURNED...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

led For Texas Fans of Good est Between fessional Nines eetwater is bound to see L exhibition baseball game. Vv^lt was announced Saturday by George Barber, secretary- tnatiager of the Beard of City evelopment, that Lubbock and !lovis of the West Texas- New Mexico league have agreed to play a game on the Sweet- water diamond Tuesday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. These teams have been in spring training at Longview. Both will be enroute home to start their respective seasons, and welcomed the opportunity to meet here Tuesday. The Lubbock team also has agreed to meet an independent team here, and this arrangement al- so is in prospect. The grounds are in good condition for the game, hav- ing been prepared for the Pirates-White Sox game which was called Thursday on ae- ccount of bad weather. Reservations are being made for boxes, grandstand seats, and a special bleacher section set aside for colored fans. Gen- eral admission for the game will be 40 cents, with 25 cents additional for gran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

*• , ,-... -: R'®| ■'. - . .'&, .<faag, IP jsJcRp ■,<s '|ip:t>'-;'4,' I v • . :*;"' / >■> ., n ■;V- be of# fim. of |nR is Ic'ii |>m ® 1 vc (for C rg0® tin. |W- ip.# les, >ge iry |he, Int, Im-f |rv. R. ■ov- ho Lhr* Jric loll j rt; ■tor Inn- [on# Irn Ish tin pn- • In# Vt.li ■or- Irio fcP pn ~ lot- iin ho. |li- ■uo •L ► o K. M. SO IS JO Sobe's Monday With the formal opening Monday of Sobe's Fashion Shop in the new location, 103 Bast Third Street, Sweetwater shop- pers aie to be Introduced to a selection of spring and sum- mer styles, shown in smartest new mode by fashion's expert designers. Moving late in the week to their new store, designed and modernized to meet the needs and wishes of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Sobe, the interior isjiewly decorated in natural ancr Beige tints, with fixtures, lattice par- titions and alteration rooms finished in ivory with black trim. Entrance to the ultra-mod- ern building is one of the most attractive the city boasts. Set at new a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

n'Mi in: iOA.'-w!-1'^; • • '3KT' ' w Bitter Blow To •) iwn Energies Measure Not Likely i^je Reopened At ' try, 1939, Session ."" WASrtlNGTON — (UP — President Roosevelt last week 'ered his bitterest defeat of session when a powerful republican-insurgent de- mocrat coalition killed the gov- ernment reorganization bill by Jgsnding it back to committee. jfi It was the most stunning blow dealt the administration nee the president's supreme urt enlargement plan was defeated last year. The vote on Recommittal was 204 to 196. % It came shortly after admin- istration forces, giving way to Remands for compromise, ap- peared to be on the brink of gassing the controversial bill which was assailed by foes as dictatorial. i. It was considered a personal feat for Mr. Roosevelt who tad thrown the full prestige of Ms office behind the bill, and publicly disavowed any aspira- tions to become an American cjictator in reply to the meas- aure's opponents. House In Uproar * As the vote was announced the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

© AND SECTION II ;' :'-:>"V': ■'■■ :.' ?:#: '*■.'.' v. V^;;- •' / ■}% - £9 IIIESS ■^/.to&rtjgiifltfu- . ■ • ••' '*~+S>- «-!iW'^Byi|rj^^'t ;'-,-,*:*a**"' '■*> ■•■• '■-A'v.-,- '. i>'iV.. .- r , u •• /••-. .vj-'.-f. .-. •'..., -..v ■ ■*■>*..< ■y.f'i.y,.■■;.■•. SECTION II GENERAL SWEETWATER* TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1938 NUJ and Floods SweepThrough 4Mississippi Stat ) 11 |o • 16 Persons Are Dead, 100 Injured, • Many Homeless V t f 13 Lose Lives As Water Engulfs Combination ® Store and Residence MONTGOMERY — (UP) — Sixteen persons were dead, nine missing and nearly 100 injured after tornadoes and floods swept through Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Ten- nessee during the weekend. Thousands were driven from their homes in the area. Pro- perty damage could not be estimated. Fears of tornadoes had sub- sided, but rivers and creeks in the four states were turned into raging torrents by more than 24 hours of heavy rain. Creek Leaves ISanks The normally placid moun tain...

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

Lotion 'Mm. ERLAM'S - - 31G • I Highland VeUum ETWS STATIONARY $1.00 Order Your Pangburn's Easter Candy Now. .50c-$5.00 Joe Bo wens wte!°bH. DRUG STORE dip1 561 Just One Day for These! WATER GLASSES ICED TEA GLASSES Sherbert Glasses Long* Stem Glasses 15c or 6 '• 75c J. W. ELROD, mm North Side Sqare I /I MEN'S SILVERD ALE Dress Shirts A' line of Shirts that will give you a complete assorttment from which to choose. Non-wilt, non- starch and made up of spring newest colors and patterns. Shirt with mohare tie. Monday Only $1.49 Nellie Young, Roscoe i i f J a One Lot Of Tom Sawyer Washable Coat Suits and Short Pants Sizes 7-9 Ony Reg. to 2.95 Monday Only $ i .98 Mrs. Otto Carter, Sweetwater mm-Ws f W*7 'u%& 1st Prize $2*00 2nd Prize $1.00 In Cash! Directions! * ? i a a^un ding- In the advertisments on these two pages |r vertisements containing them. The person fi nied by a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Special at the Reporter office before 6 o'c ick p. ond largest num...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

10. 193ft '1 ■'*" !.' ,£ " • .- -j XT**'- "... J,~'..'""T T- ., ' j SWHETWAUB SKlHMrtPER^ SWHETWAItR) TEXAS SPEL ED WORD CONTEST! a^umber of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the ad- ding1 the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads acompa- ick p. m. Monday will recieve a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- tl# • rst prize winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received ;t erry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. > oc Bi) WORDS YOU CAN FIND i- Accurate Ingrham Pocket WATCH A dependable time piece. Built for service, Leather fobb with each watch at no extra cost. Monday S9c yd. Only Mod erne Occasional TABLES Beautiful Walnut Finish. All Hardwood. Varied Styles. Will match with finest furniture. Actual $6.95 tables. BUCK AND CO Monday Dai I <il I Swcetvvater, Texs $3-99 Shop AI ' Sears and Save Air. I )ean l u ll. Svveel Willcr Only L • e Y our HATS 2-!:' Gay Poke...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

r tanporta ce la , «f4ife lnmwiPOB, •'* buyer today ' without utc- •nything in the vMcarity. Joe H. Boothe. beauty shop 506 Cedar Waves—$2.00 Pennants $1 to 15 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 BstS SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Otters you an opportunity to (wHfy in shorthand and type Full secretarial (Joanne in 2 or 3 months. Ex- perienced Commercial I n - structor. ph. 462 Made Hotel tre" ALAMO INN on West Broadway has Pit Barbecue every day. EFFICIENT, Dependable, In- surance Service. McCaulley- F-owler Insurance Agency, Blue Bonnet Hotel Bldg. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Nicely furnished modern front bedroom. Close in 410 Crane St. FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, sin- gle or double: one with pri- vate entrance. Call at 907 Oak St. Sunday or after 5 p. m. week days. APARTMENTS FOR RENT j' 1. y.a.. USED PUBNITURB BARGAINS Breakfast Set $7.50 15 Dressers 4.50 to 12.S0 3 Chifferobes, each 9.50 6 Douglas office chairs Just like new, ea. .... .2.75 Kitchen Cabinets ..$5 to 12.50 Steel Cot .2.50 Dining Room Tab...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

I 0 i i ► i, COMIC SECTION ■ Wtillmr' • ■ >• :V ' -AVv " ■ > - ■'■ ■'<''?" fefo- ■■■->."■• . V-. 5 ^ -■ * 5SfS*«-?-?Sf; HJP' ^SKipppi^ SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. APRIL 10. 1938 by Edgar Rice Burroughs I t&<z dmk C«p !•)• t(*|sr Hit# Bur ou|hi Itif -T"i It#* o * * • on t k w imi« H"ukt • <! ri««« p sii euci •> UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc ON THE WARPATH •yy y-. ONE THOUGHT GRIPPED stt\t!s MIND- TO KILLTARZAN. WHO HAD DISCOVERED HIS SALE OF GUNS TO THE FOE. BUT AS HIS HAND FUMBLED FOR THE REVOLVER .TARZAN SPRANG. ■ i .. i ' m ■/•/• n'\ N CLEARING THE COUNTER IN A FL\IN6 LEAF! THE APH-M^N POUNCED UPON THE GREEDY .STOREKEEPER. Br JNUT5 TREACHER WAD HE MIGHT HAVE THROTTLED THE FELLOW. HAD HE NOT BEEN STARTLED BY A SHOT IN THE distance. 5TIPRED THE JUNGLE LORD TO FURHOU 5CURNV JACKAL" HE GROWLED. IT WAS THE ALARfA GUN FROM THE WATCHTOWER FOLLOWED BY A " 5 ttv/ ^WK-- <>. y v* -'v pttt? 8.W/?«35 VOLLEY OF SHOTS. TARIAN FLUNG SIAIT ASIDE AND DASHE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

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

'.'•' JiNlr MP'•^■'••"tC'■• .■ '*%} $$:.<)I •■:*/;/ ' ' ■ .-, ^ .■ ■ ". . '. ■■■>>■'. • ' "• . ' ■•• • •. ' ' ' ;■'>?■'■.±l: >•* ■' ■ ■' is# ,. i m 4 ■** « % • 1% # % * i % # % • % # % # % # % # % # % # % ♦ €• % this way gentlbmbn- the captain left orders to be wakened the instant vqu came aboard k^TwSSte"N 1 **& * ck-totv\£ \ step in j gentlemen what success? i recovered this metal tube/ sir— the contents will. interest vou - our suspicions were. correct--the dwarf is a ruthless and powerful munitions magnate - he sends out a fleet of pirate submarines to sink ships of all nations, thereby promoting wars and a markpt hm-m-m, a map of europe -with the dwarf s agents, bases,etc.; marked in red ink mm were in the balkans is his "capital—h4 huge munitions plant and submarine base why, its iron ia -that mysterious little mountain state that sprang up during the world war /. p1- lets see—they say ironia's ruler is an unknown despot who hides; . himself from society CAP...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

: ' • M ' '■ •: 'Jt&SfciiS*N X? In P° ~ MQdVlAMi . ■: n<"jM I i\ in?" GREAT, UMPA^ HOWARE\ IT'S A WE DOIKIJ \SELLOUT// OOP? ?r' . \ "'l-SM; •• •., - -.• • ■ ,; mwv ••;t> ii« Si##f :'; Ih i-' '1-if ^- :' ~g' &4W ■ '£>4\' .... .. r-CKETs; sfeM PLEASE IT w & •>. ■- Wp. C HOWOLT IS MAN? 3 scanty fragments of ] yond this there has been found no concrete evidence of man's ascent. Further discussion relative to our ancestry must, of consequence, be based on conjecture. / Human remains unfortunately are among the rarest of fos- sils, many factors having conspired to blot out a complete record of man's ascent from other primates. EARLY man doubtless lived in Jtimbered regions where organic acids in the soil tended to destroy rather than fos- silize buried bones. Even the funeral rites practiced by man since remote times were in the main destructive. That man came, as the scriptures relate, from earth—the same earth to which he returns and which has guarded his secret ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION # % # % # % # % € # % # % % # % # % HEY/THAT'S 'IT/ WE'LL STREW EM ALL OVER TM' ROAD/ l'aa getting even with "that <3as" gaspiwo, galloping jaloppy jockey/ AW— LET'S GET POWKJ TO BRASS TACK5 SURE, YOU'LL 6ET VEW HI — OL CITRUS PHYSIOGNOMY' worsen what you (3 Or last WEE.*/ /- i nVvtnn it?;. MEH-H6H/ CMASIKJC3 ME/ tw'OMLVOUY THAT'LL EVER CATCH ME IS POP TIME WE GOT DOWN TO BRASS TACKS,ALL RIGHT WITH ALL FOUR r— TIRE MAYBE WE 5HOULDA USED "RUBBER TACKS/THEM THIS NBVER WOULD A HAPPENED / AW ^ w BEAM WAX. YOU'RE AS USELESS AS A SAM DM AN ON TH' SAHARA DESERT/ WE'VE £>or H/M CORNER.ED LIKE A HALLTREE [ VACUUM SUCK/HCb UP TACKS i 7 I, t WELL. PES/ OH-OH.' TACK'S! OSTPAY °UAY 'Ll-BAYS f mt/ \ks /: / AMD / TOSS/MS / > ' -THG-M ' / / I BEN/AJl> ' ' J .7* ^ \J- C , C / C"i C • COFR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. l~ OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE ~y^ • x ^ T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF mxsms . -7/ WHAT CAM 1 DO FOR YOU ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

gj ^jp§s{l;- ff- w- • °m;m kmw m - vii .-;• -v.-*'1 '.iv JOE PA LOOK,AS bOXINC COURSE :jt. PUNCHIN6 THE SMALL BAG IS VITALLY IMPORTANT TV THE BOXER. IT NOT ONLY DEVELOPS ACCURACY AND timing BUT 6IVES PLEASURE AS WELL. prok epp/e BORDEN , FAMOUS BA6 PUNCHER, suggests —* LEARN ONE MOVEMENT ATA TIME. LEARN TO CONTROL THE BA6.LEAD WITH A PUNCH AND MEET THE REBOUND THE SAME WAY/ k&mwrnw - j >a' ■,'* m ■ iixm Never strike ne*r the CORD. THE PROPER MOTION IS A R0LLIN6 MOTION OF THE FISTS. IT'S CALLED THE TATTOO. mm mmm smmm i-1 - •A ®v> . • 1 PALOOKA WHEN JOE WAS A LITTLE BOY. C IH.tS. MrKnujcht K)iMtlrat , Int. By HAM FISHER pop took mb r see a real price - fight wunst. dad bought boxin' . ) oh m\ me "em for gloves? i boy/ 1 my birthday. some present gee? v 1 f ^ —1 huhr* i'm A swell fighter lemme put 'em on. you put •em on mth um <toe. you're a big bully. y) ■\v ■ J escuse -n ^ n me but q r, youse should alweez mon tch tch. r C'MON FIGHT/ rilly—youse never hit till youse sha...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

# : % V. " r• •'■• - ■ /. U'V " s ■ ■ "— H35G9* YOU'D BETTER. GET OUT OF THAT BED/ I'M LOSING MV PATIENCE IF^ I HAVE TO COME UP THERE, VOU'LL BE soeev/ THAT BOY'S A PROBLEM TO GET UP IN THE MORNING.' USCD SOUR HEAD VOUR LUNGS 9 wPSI WSmmffim wm$mm M WffP -Ml W W i 't rtffck ,!■■ I -■-•j IF VOU'RE SO SMART, JUST HOW WOULD you GO ABOUT SETTING THAT BROTHER OF YOURS OUT AMD MAKE A SNIPPING NOlSE WITH THE SCISSORS EH? THAT'S EASY/ I'D SCARE *ym HIM OUT... I'D LET HIM THINK Y I WAS GOING TO CUT HIS TOE NAILS WHILE HE WAS ASLEEP- VOU WON'T NEED TO GO UP- JUST POUND VdUR FEET AS THOUGH VOU WERE COMING UP KNOW HE DOESN'T LIKE ME CLEAN- ING HIM YOU KNOW HOW HE YOU WORKING OKI HIM--HE SAYS VOU ARE TOO ROUGH v. • ■/ Ifll V fp w, mimliim oh, ma: WHERE ARE YOU GOING WITH THE SCISSORS? UP TO TRIM HIS TOE MAILS WHILE HE'S ASLEEP-YOU COME UP AND HOLD HIM/ ^Tp- : S-S-s-r / QUIETLY, NOW, SO WE CAN CATCH HIM IN BED/ I OH, YOU'RE TOO) PARTICULAR OH, WHY DO 1 LISTEN TO SUCH CRACKBRAlN IDEAS/? HE DRESSED...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 April 1938

«< f v - <1 ■ fm, ;h- vv- ;:wr:^'r2l ■&&.. ■■ ifeftliaf--1 • '^P kink! hi hoi nov* ve s« how blow6 ocr .vino around hire? 4**r *j >. :••' :'v: i 1 V - 2 Jij: '--i -' 1 '■ 'ij-jja1. ■s^v^ 4'' goody go right on mit der lesson mamma f ) >$M nort;sout; east or ylif vest. in oiss place der vind blows alvays > sour?f ^■^£o(^©, m-a-t. f-a-t, fat/ mat • b-a-t, bat.' 5-a-T, sat / ''•w\ ' dots nice anchels, more|€ 3e!*? luffly' .. • < > ■ Hit* ■ .: * HAWKSBAW the DETECTIVE ijli.iaLLU!iiii.iiiiiu'iai<ii> SfeczZ&Cy 6y ClnaZao (wm'S the \ \w listen; 1awk5haw- hhis rlg'll, sbe hom ^blazes! >ts,our countrymal0unnar nllsfjj/ the ujobld3 champion figure skattft( is to pull dotun & 50,000, yust id do a rtu) turns tvtky night" ) ^at tme .sportsmen 5 smou) ; amt ir the jruth matter < walking out -.-.v.) lis \ fej [poktsmfn SHOW 2 ^as you recollect, 1 was no slouch myself |m thc- old counts—all wt'vt doha do is kidnap twey glimnar i'll do his skating yob-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 April 1938

!3 "A *. " # I #> Appropriation To Fight Recession t •A Tribunal Turns Down Case Of Pension Chief Body to Study Grid 1 Game As Played At State Universities WASHINGTON — (UP) — i The supreme court today de- nied the federal government's petition that it review constitu- tionality of the BankHead cot- ton control act repealed by con- gress in 193H after the court r^had invalidated the Agriculture Adjustment act. The government's petition said .the review was desired to efear the status of 470 suits for refund of taxtfs paid by cotton 0 growers under the act. Denies Townsend Hearing The court also refused to re- view the validity of the 30-day jail sentence imposed on Dr. Francis Townsend, old age pen- > sion advocate, for conviction on charges of contempt of a house investigating committee. The court's action means Townsend must serve the sentence, bar- ring executive intervention. I# The court agreed to study the question of whether intercolle- giate football played at state un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 April 1938

II.U ' T. _ m.- f§ i| Arrive In City Tonight MONDAY, AFSft 11, Vm 1 itionGame Strong Nines For Tuesday S99S9*£ * Professionals Stage Contest for West Texas Fans at Park Lubbock and Clovis teams of the West Texas-New Mexico pro- fessional baseball league sche- duled to play in Sweetwater Tuesday will arrive in the city tonight to prepare for the game, and may spend Tuesday night here too. This exhibition game sponsor- ed by the Board of City Devel- opment is set for 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon on the City Park diamond. Grounds were put into excellent condition for the Pirates-White Sox game that was postponed. Hiring Aggregations The game is not as colorful as the big league event promised, but even closer baseball may ba played as these teams are well- matched. They have been in spring training at Longview. Another appearance of the I.ubbock team is scheduled fot April 20, when the Sweetwater independents who have been practicing for the game will tan- . ' gle with the professio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 April 1938

rtli ■*? RV APBC|V it / > II «,!!■ .*Tr' ' ..J •'•' ' Wv •'' ' ' ' si .' > •.:%..■ ■ •F frtfsySri „ ^ipfel SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Opfijrations Of FH A Mortgage System Explained In Detail WASHING'^i&N — Tike fol- appraised value depending upon Q. To whom does the borrow- lowlng questions and answers explain how piimspective home buyers and home builders may obtain loans undev the Federal Housing administration's insur- ed mortgage systmi. j Q. Who may bcvtow under the insured mortgage system? A. Any parson who has a credit standing satisfactory to the administrator, nhj long as tjie property securing the loan meets certain neighborhood re- quirements and construction standards. Q. What is the soured of mort- gage funds? A. The 10,000 privatl • lending agencies, such as coj >nmercial banks, building and la 'an asso- ciations, mortgage c>\ mpanies, life insurance companies, etc., which have teen approved by F'ederal Housing adt ninistra- tion as lenders....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 April 1938

PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS .—Features I MONDAY, APRIL U, 1938 mL.™ IS ^second ofOce in Sweetwater, 1 George Bennitt and !L MV thing* be done with charity.—I I6}14. im more pleasing to God than an open a dotted mtputh.—Quurles. ■ , o WISHES GO TO AMD MRS. SAMMY BAUGH iter and all West Texas will wish Mr. and Sammy Baugh long years of happiness and joy. marriage on Sunday cnlminated a Sweetwater day romance. Although having traveled to the heights of the major American sport of football, ly came home to claim his bride with the least i>le amount of publicity. The bride and groom a quiet ceremony among family and friends. This I been a characteristic that has endeared the "Sweet Her" to the newspapermen everywhere. He has had a trace of egotism even in his most brilliant of stardom which now looks more promising than Per tn the field of professional baseball. This city has profited in enjoying the spotlight with Sammy Baugh and as long as he remains in the sports world, Sweetwater ...

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