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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

0 o n O ,Athems Of joy And Praise to Be Sung By Choruses By IONE D. PERKY • "Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, The Saviour hath risen and man shall not die!" Today is Easter Sunday, solemnizing the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the tomb, and throughout the world voices will be raised in song and story celebrating tho triumph of the • risen Lord. Anthems of joy ana servjces today ~1 n_ the"Church praise will be sung in the O O (i) O o Sweetwater churches, inspiring all who hear with greater and •renewed hope and faith and love. He is risen! And He arose in the springtime—when the flow- ers also leave their beds of .sleep, winter and rest; when the songs of the birds are freshest and sweetest; when the very soil of the earth becomes most fragrant; and when all over the earth beauty, color and richness 3appear. Raster Sunday has a movable date, because of an ancient church law. This law proclaim- ed that Easter should be cele- •ybrated on the first Sunday after "'the vernal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

PAGE FOUR S8$i SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, 17, 1938 George 7W-- K.5: 11 If 1 • ii a. I f! 11. righteous Lord Un&th righteousness; —— doth behold the upright.-— ts 11;7. it is might.; and ever was, and e\jer shall Holing meekness, patience, humility, self- J, and self-sacrifice, faith, love—each is it, and every gift of the spirit is might.—Hare. DAWNS WITH LIGHT FOR ALL OF US As daylight tints the horizon on Easter morning emblazoning across the ffar flung skyline the beauty of a new day, so should the message of our Lord s res- urrection bring to each of us new joy and hope in a busy world. For with each recurring Easter the message that is brought is as new as though the events enacted had been but yesterday. So responsive is man to the mes- sage that he goes forth each Easter day to hear it again and renew his desire and hope for a better life. No person need want for the spiritual food that flows unstinted from the story of Eastertide. It quiets the most troubled heart and re-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

Uf • • • • • • t • • • • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • • • • iv';r' = *lPSI ®REIT I# As dawn ushers in another Eastertide and annou nces to man the anniversary of The Resurrection, so may we all re-awaken the flagging spirit within us and turn the course of our lives again into the path of devotion to Christ. Let us make up our minds that the sacrifice of the Cross shall not have been in vain by rededicating our life to Him again. n! LU a im ^ rutces The Various Churches of Sweetwater In Full Recognition of Their Christian Responsibility Have Prepared Special Programs F°r Easter Easter is a source of unusual spiritual inspiration to all men regardless of sect or creed. And the chur- ches of Sweetwater are joining in extending a cordial welcome to all to attend some church today. The stranger in our midst is especially requested to partake of these services . . . The power that rolled the stone away is eternal and is in evidence as much today as it was on the Easter morn, some centurie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

Mi ■■ !■■■. Takes Honors Abilene County's llvldual In Events n of Roby arose to the ,t of 6 feet 1 inch Satur- to set a new high jump mark for District 5, bettering one fourth of an inch the previous record he set last year. He cleared the bar when it was set at 6 feet 3 inches, but the Judges ruled a sag of two inch- es. Henson did more than that. He won high point honors for the meet with 12 points, nosing out Simmons of Loraine with 10% and Boozer of Abilene with 10M. Jones of Stamford was fourth with 8 points. Loraine Scores High Loraine, Mitchell county school by the mere half point nosed out Abilene for high school in the meet. Loraine card- ed 25'. points to 25 for the big school in Taylor county. Fish- er county did right well by Roby taking 15« points for third, and Rotan following with 15 points for fourth. Abilene, buffeted in tlie ten nis meet and nosed out of its announced plans to sweep the tournament, had one signal lion Warning Issued By Golf Officials Warning in iss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

■■ ipn ■■ ||) b n 111 - .-nil inr-nrmrr-rnr- ' -r- ■ ■•«,■■ -• ™ M . '■"••• ■-< : ■•■ •" V- -'" :■- "f, APRIL 17,. 1938 SW11TWATEE —- ———— in i . i n.« ——————————— ll^plpSj *$> 3S Two Tennis Vict< I Roby's Racquet Wielders Take Girls Net Meet Large Gallery of Fans Enthusiastic Over Hot Contests Joe El rod is the Sweetwater hero today, for he not only took Abilene's Joe Hill out of the tennis singles In straight sets 0-3 and 0-1, but went on to defeat the defending cham- pion, Jack Kennedy of Rotan, -1-6, G-3, 8-li and 6-1. It was unbelievable that any- one could defeat Abilene's cocky freshman, but Elrod did the job with dispatch. Kennedy was something different, and it was a nip-and-tuck contest un- til the last set which Elrod won handily. Kennedy is a portsid- er, and he was tough for Joe to figure out. A large gallery saw the match, and there is no doubt of the tennis interest in Sweetwater and vicinity. Ruby Girls Shine In girls Sweetwater was not so lucky, perhaps. In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

m oot Well Called Contract; Lull Iher Activities A lull in Fisher coun- activities last week was lien Saturday, when it was that a spudder had moved in on the John B. Stribling No. 1 test. The location ■ the center of the southeast of southeast of section 110, ck 3 "H & TC survey. This "to be a 4,500-foot well on i block owned by Stribling and Jeing drilled under contract, a jOther tests reported about fetidv include the Robinson 5$j*os. No. 1 F. G. lmken a mile South of Longworth; the Mar- jand-Drake test, just east of Roby, which has until April 25 to started under tei'ms of leases; and the Forest Develop- ment company's Bennett No. 1 two miles southeast of Rotan. It; is reported that Robinson feros. ir .v bring in their own equipment from Oklahoma, after Jailing to complete satisfactory drilling arrangements with Tex- as contractors. It is reported that Owen Sei- t>old will take over for comple- tion the Millsap No. 1 eight mftes northeast of Roby. This tfest was down 500 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

§mm> vmjt&.m CLASSIFIED ADS FEATURES AND GENERAL NEWS SECTION II I / Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II CLASSIFIED FEATURES GENERAL N1 tr- VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1938 NUMBER 324 Federal Members Bank Ordered To Make Loans Available o $750,000,000 Are Ready To Lend Under New Plan Part of President's Spending-Lending Attack On the Depression WASHINGTON — (UP) — The Federal Reserve Board has ordered member hanks to make art additional §750,000,000 avail- able to borrowers, bulwarking President Roosevelt's new $4,- 512,000,000 spending • lending- credit attack on the depression. The order, a reversal of the board's policy initiated on Aug. 15, 1936, when it increased re- serve requirements 50 per cent to prevent a runaway credit boom at a time when excess re- serves totaled only $3,000,000,- 000. became effective at the opening of business Saturday. Increase Volume of Money The reduction of approximate- ly one-eighth in the reserves banks must maintain against d...

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

SUNDAY SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, SUNDAY, 17, 1988 Y0uR| EASTER DINNER! At the Blue Bonet Coffee Shop Ku In the advertisments on these two pstgefc fre a vertisements containing- them. The person find 3 Excellent service combined with specially pre- pared foods—featuring ham or lamb dinners for this Easter Sunday—Insure your com- plete satisfaction. Blackwell, Miss Helen Robins $2.00 t^cloe he firs nied by a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Special at the Reporter office befq^e ond largest number of mispelled words and complying with the regulations pertaning to up to 6 o'clock Monday. Price winners will be announced on Tuesday. In case of tiie, neatest entrj . •• o BlH 5E1!5F ^ Cash.' SEE HOW MANY MISSPELLEC GEORGE H. ATHANAS IN ii ' REGULAR $1.00 VALUE ■ Mode 'O Day FROCKS 50c Just one-half the original price. Two styles in Broadcloth and percole. Sizes 14 to 20 and 38 to 40. These won't last long. Save 50 cents on each dress. HURRY: HURRY! No Exchanges—No Refunds ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

m SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1938SWEfiTWATEE REPORTER; SWEETWATER, TEXAS i; " r / • ** t* "T-vf SECTION II—PAGE H WORD CONTEST! Igefe fre a number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the ad- |ers&n finding the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads acompa- [•e 6 <^clock p. m. Monday will recieve a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- Ito he first prize winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received lateft entry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. lo • 2nd Prize $1.00 ED WORDS YOU CAN FIND Ca$h! Look! Yacht Chairs Handy for laun, porch and Sun Rooms. 1.19 Values Special Assortment Brassieres Monday 88c BUCK AND CO A variety of styles and pat- erns. Sizes 32-52. 25c Values Monday Only Pail (ill Sweetwater, Texs Roscoe. Mr I Inch Zetzman 'I • 521 • Watch For OPENING DATE OF TAYLOR'S "DRIVE IN" Home Made Ice Cream Fryed Chicken Dinners * Jumbo Malted Milks Sandwitches and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

*w mrm •: -f;; U-.-tfi X- SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1938 UTt (h)wp?k;'::..ii,o6 _ • 9 lUm in proportion. I art.eounttd to «ach ltee. i btASa I*D DISPLAT 50c ptr lack (MmM) per inch i.th.ffil n mrmorudnm In this courtesy the eftptcttd to remit promptly |mil lot more than oae iuer- <>beell(d before expiration jFCMtfei t rate actually earned, i-ia ad* must be repprttd at once, orter doe* pot v umt responsi more than one incorrect inser- tor 8 or more days are for con- iaMrtioas, when not eonsecu- I 6ne day rat* applies. iwenuf "Blind Box" ads, mail 7oar answer to the Reporter it will he called lor by the * TO PLACE AN AD DIAL 678 AND ASK FOR AN + r.±: £ AD TAKER • Announcements ftrtttc <rtlce Is of importance In of lite insurance, the careful buyer today save money without sac- anything in the ffey of security. >' " * ' 3oe It. Boothe. fn^lbul soucb Fl I BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves—$2.00 Pennants $1 to $5 Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 5 In...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. APRIL 17. 1918 * 371-4-17-38 by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr 1131 !<!«•' Burroughs lot -Trn V n r.« Oft Picx'utfd by Famous bocks nrt Pljfv tminbui d b? UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. BATTLE like a c0nsum1ns prairie fire the savage horde swept acroSi the veldt- - while within the walls the thin band of pioneers rallied to the defense. -23 sonne took up stations on the raised platforms; others fired through the loopholes in the walls. ft tariam seemed evervvwre at once, disposing his meager forces 10 best advantage. urged the women to 5eek ihelter an inner 5ecti0n but one answered *uc UAVfC SHARED ■V 1 m <=ss. MAW OF THEM TOOK UP ARMS: OTHERS SERVED AS LOADERS; NONE WAS IDLE. THOUGH THE FIRE OF THE PIONEERS TO HEAVY TOLL, THE SAVAGES SURGED ONWARD IN STOW WAVES. tar7an smiled, for the bullets anp arrows of the foe splintered and splashed harmlessly against h\s wall. nun/ THEN THE APE-MAN m f DMEDTOSEE W ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

mm* . ■■ • - 3 ■■ • .;. •'- : V - «.-; ' % I- -- ^11®! ilfessHte ||«!«; AAA. 1 6AVO TO 'ER ^A<b HOW COTE SHE \_oo\<eo ME ,TOO fM*' 6V\E N>EKR\_y Toow. v\E*o o^ I \AOAS 60NNA *>*y TV\' i SAME TVMN6 WHKT TV\ 0\CXE^«b \<b TW MATTEL V/0\TY\ BOOTS f W nw™7 SMATTER IA^ f OONiT 60TO ME.' ■ HEV M\x ! \M SO OARM MAO A- COOLO & liA* mm iqM •::X A /MV OUAV . 6EE — I <3CJ WAITED MV EASTER. OOTF\T Ttt\S XEAR TO BE D\EFEQEN>T • w\ TVWVY* ,OH TVl BE <bO\\4' 2wA C0M\^6 HOME FROM CV\GRCV\ TOD Ay A SAW> <SEvOEKi 6\Rl.<b « SES)EN ,V0\TVA 60\T6 EXACT iX UttE M\Y^E.! ViEVV ,^VAy OONYT \00 S\T OO^N? I ' i -X'J fMBi JSW ^ COM. 19M §V NEA SERVICE How Long Can Camels Live Without Water? Almost ') Days BUT NO ONE COULD LONG WITHOUT ENERGY. P.J. THERE'S PLENTY OP FOOD ENEMY IN x CURT/SS 9 JOLLY <4 lb. CAND/tS JACK Bf ( AllSf IT'S RICH IN DEXTROSE « •

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

•"•niiiimrrni n if i m mi, beg pardon, sir-j an italian ^ cruiser's standing by off our star- board this map certainly throws new li gmt on the identity of the dwarf,"winslow/ theyve seen our camaged hull and ask if we want CAPTAIN/ I •1. •• l mmmm Wi/S&d WF #<v *}-h I' ' * — <A.*TUNG 58 CAPt^ • WHY NOT LET THE ITALIAN COMMANDER IN ON OUR SECRET? A JOLLY 'GOOD PLAN- HE'S HUNTING THESE PIRATES TOO- HALF AN HOUR LATER - A CONFERENCE WHAT?YOU HAVE DISCOVERED WHO IS SINKING OUR SHIPSH THAT S RIGHT, 5MMANDER ROSSI ITS A VAR-MAD OUTLAW KNOWN AS >XTHE DWARF WHO, / THAT WE BELIEVE. IS THE f ^ECli^ET RLJLFR LITTLE S1ATE ironia?^h,dden ,nthe " BALKANS/ OF mm \ MMM yr'-U ^ WE WILL MAKE FOR IRON IA INSTANTLY AND ^ DEMAND HIS SURRENDER,NO? TO PROTECT WORLD PEACE^ IT IS OUR DUTY "w gh-r.' k FRANCE IS ALSO A MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL PIRATE PATROL. WE'LL RADIO FOR HER APPROVAL BEFORE VE 7 SEirE THIS WAR-MAKER n r BEFORE ANOTHER DAY PASSES, THE DWARF AND HIS CUTTHROAT CREV MAY REALIZ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

< ■ '•' '"■ r- - • ' • - . * •?«••••.'> f ■ " • '• ■" r, • .•■ v 1 • •• : ■ ' • W ^ \ WHY, OOP - WE WOKJ'T HAVE A THING LEFT- AFTER ALLTH' HARP WORK WE HAD GITTIN' 7H'OUTFIT HERE.' MYCOSH.GUZ.- THISTAX BILL IS ALL OUTA REASON! IT'LL TAKE ALLTH' STUFF WE TOOK IKJTPAV IT/ TUWK, SOU OLD SKINFLINT, THIS IS AW OUTRAGE/ WE WONT PAY It / WELL, SUIT VERSELF' SHERIFF 00 VOUR (vezzii?! DUTY/ iWii ImMM-l in th' name of tunk, monarch of imperial lem, i do herewith ^vmeam yep, unless vou decide serve vou; queen that vou \ tsatisfy this\ umpa, owwee of are gonna ) judgment ' ) confiscate /i'll give va * our circus ) till sun- up ? ^4 tmake up yer mind/, th' moviakj circus oh, me.' whv'di , x ever git into umpa-' \ this circus mygosh,\ racket?? it's what'll been nuthikj' we do? / but a headache fromth' or mam'/ EARLY UIJTORY THE never-ending search for early man and his works often turns up other interesting facts. The discov- ery in 1927 of the Asselar skeleton adds much to the theory that ...

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

* • • ! • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 0 • • • • • • • • 9 • • • « • « • • • COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION HERE HE COV1ES* AMP WE CAN'T" BACK LIP MOW — -TM' CROW/P'5 / CLOS'MG IM / u05M/ TMi MOB MAS ME WITH "THAT OUTFIT OM VOL), IT'D BE A CINCH—YOU COULD STOP A R AIM STORM WITH IT"/ WELL, THIS EASTER PARADE OUGHTA STOP OUR GRUMT CRATE MECHANIC' f ~ LuWcP POWM TO A SNJA/L-* TROT / 0 kiwplv /Wlf2£?P 'III « - . I N MOW TH' HECK PIP _ «= ME- GET THROU6H WHAT TH' ? THEY 5UCDEMLY MADE WAV FOR HIM HE HAP A PULL LEMGTH MIRROR BACK AMD THE A PATH FOR HIM TO TH' REAR, TO SWELL THEY LOOKS in their spring SPOkluE HEAD, IT RAIMS 1 YEM — AMD THEY'RE FOLLOWIM' HIM LIKE A FREE LUWCH WACOMf KICK HOW PLGASt po Mot LE AM OM 8UILPIMG- THERE'S A LiGM on IT NOW f o COPR 1938 BY NEA S&PVfCfc, WC, . OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE look, uncle amos/there's pinky amd 3 ake —- x'll bet they're DlGGlN' A ;ave f ~TMts IDEA; OM EASTER SUNDAY? THEY OU6HT" TO BE IN SUM DAY ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

I'Tif&'+y*-* '£•-' %Vi\ ■ ,l ■ *mk ' '; ,V_*>V: l' l - v'-f . v: ;:.w- c, , boy, ]'m llabul to have a pair of dogs like that some day, so i better wot say much " & i GOOD GOSH, BUT POP'S w // SHOES LOOK BIGGER OFF THAW WHEN THEY'RE ON ^ ^ h,m « #SH0E tt- «ju pig ilffil BlUHi '''/;J movu.tmt.qfri >jk. william^ LiMmik ha-ha-ee-hee/ funny ~ i'll say they're funny- - ha-ha 1 never. saw anything much funnier - ha-ha/ talk about violin cases.'/-p* pop's shoes ARE funny on a guy like me—why, with my shoes on 1 can turn abound in 'em - ha-ha/ ml mmmwimimmML. /fViVA*? IL i V • = • > J / - ' ! •IllifSli.'I'll ill .J/— A.V ... >'iYiYi i'i'i'i'i'i'i talk behind my back, will ya? take that am' this, am' this/ haw — uh, my gosh - there's porky pollock — he's been layin' fer me fer a month.' he couldn' ketch me in a hundred m a—v veac5, if • if every time 1 look at them i can't control myself... ha- hah - m . - 4 j?\ oof oop ! s ✓ v i Ai5 mmflrsn ■"■'"i b / vwu^'v «PrWmillih lo...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

• t • I • 1 f • I • I • , • • • • • t •' • « • • • • • t • • • • • • • t • • • • • w&Bm <*. * «#ss S mTANP TtmNWfTH mows* AS 1H *■ mm REGULAR F/G.U F16. TATOO. JOE PALOOKA (f) 1H.1S. MrNniijrlit S.v tiflimt*, Ili<\ By HAM FISHER <■ I THINK I SHALL BE OPENING MY, COUNTRY PLACE SHORTLY. WE AREN'T OPE NINO OURS UNTIL MOTHER AND PAP RETURN FROM EUROPE. AHEM—I-UH v- ALWEEZ KEEP ME ESTATE OPEN TH' YEAR AROUND. OH LOVELY- YOU MUST GIVE A HOUSE PARTY KNOBBY. I'M DYING TO GET TO THE YAS — YA SEE NATCHERLY I KEEP A BIG STAFF OF SERVANTS ON SUCH A BIG ESTATE AN' I WOULDN'T LAY SEM OFF SO I KEEP IT OPEN. COUNTRY FOR A BREATH OF AIR. MUST INVITE MY HUSBAND AND ME- *~--AN' I'M IN A TOUGH SPOT. THEY CALLED MY BLUFF. HOLY SMOKES I'M GIVIN'A HOUSE PARTY THIS WHY DO YOUSE ALVJEEZ TELL PEOPLE THEM THINGS7.! DON'T UNDERSTAND, RlLLY.I WON'T GO NEITHER ( SAY KIP —I'M SET. TALK ABOUT BRAINS' I GOT A REAL ESTATE AGENT T'RENT ME A SWANKY JOINT FER A WEEK — SERVANTS AN'ALL f HE SAYS IT'S ONE A T...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

IfcVW > THE CAPTAIN and THE KIPS *' 1 HOW FEELS DARLING TO BE /J \ USEFUL FOR A 4 v CHANGE * / MA KM A SAYTK IF VOU MAKE DERi , BOIDIES HAPPY IT/i« ' ' / MAKES YOU r-!L- " HAPPY ? LARGE, SvEETHEART VOULDNT MAKE A HOBBY HO HUM! ,SO FAR I DONT FEEL NO DIFFERENT/ m *;«>' * \ cHr J / \\ chP I 1 i! IB «1" IWIHl ^1 EMPTY//« DOITY VOIK 50M E? PLACE' w> MAMA SAYS IF AT FOIST YOU DON T 5Uf CEED,<5lFF IT DER VUNCE OFER UND 5HE SAYS HAPPY ISS AS HAPPY DOES.1 MAKE DER BOIDIES HAPPY-PAH/ OFER IT ISS / BOY, 1 TINK YOU GOT . SUMT'ING: 4i%~* HAWKSIIAW the DETECTIVE I K\v i/ali I 7 # J LL. 1/AN.C frit I^/aOC y FURTHERMORE, FOR ITS UNUSUAL ASPECTS* ' THIS HORSE IS AIL but Bjinld! Look. AT THAT SUNKEN back: • SUT HAWKSHAW CANY BOTME.P- L^fTH SO TRIVIAL a case ' -3 AIDING <y 6bAT39 Copr. 193f by I'nttotf R*t- s. 1 HAVE ALBEADr CANVASSED THE 3 REMAINING riding ACADEMIES IN tdujm, and FIND THAT SMYTH'S IS THE ONLY ONE,THAT HAS A LONG- BODlED HORSE, THAT HAS NOT VET BtEW VISITED By THE-CULP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

HRKp B&fjF Si I ■ #|| V':: ■:*M 'I IBM u St. K *jv B? %<• •• • Ml #K< Bft. If; K H i ■ wmW: m Wit . ■, . ) V In West Texas Sun V t Rain Varies From Half to 3 Inches; t Heavy Hail Storm Snyder Experiences Worst Hail In Years; ^ Wind Damage in City This area Sunday experienced from eight to ten hours of almost ideal Easter weather, then the elements broke loose • to rake a wide strip of West Texas territory with the most varied assortment of Easter weather in a number of years. Catalogued in the weathjer . chart late Sunday afternoon and • early Sunday night were sand- storms, high winds, heavy rain- storms, and hail. Rut the benefits received from the unusual display of weather g more than offset the damages and today farmers over a wide area were rejoicing in one of the best spring seasons since 1932. Sonic Wind Damage ft The storm struck Sweetwater about five o'clock Sunday after- noon, borne in nn a high wind which caused considerable dam- age in the northwest part of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

9K J|||P iiwiai! 11 ixi-- :.!!■ i 1 wmm, ium Term curable Reduced 1 : N«# Properties Must Conform to Applicable Laws of Communities Changes in two of the major regulations governing the insur- ance of loans for new residential construction under Title I were announced today by Federal Housing Administrator Stewart McDonald. Effective March 28, the maxi- mum term of insurable notes will be reduced from 10 years to 7 years, and the location of all new residential construction un- deP Title I will require the prior approval of state and dist- rict insuring offices. The maximum insurable loan for new residential construction remains at $2,500, and the rate of interest chargeable by lend- ing institutions is unchanged. However, minimum property re- quirements and requirements as to the taking of collateral have been revised. Lending institutions cooperat- ing in the property improvement program have been notified of all changes in regulations 20 and 21, and details of the changes may be ...

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