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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

' " ' ' ■ ■ ■ 1 I* 5LL > )N ■I, ! • itton * P t-5 WfW^Wr'- %. •tfiitfffj-- rWiliiffljiiTfiVii(frt''i- fn •iniiiinfiiififV • m 'iiii'iitiiiiitiiiiiiM i TO1SDAY, JUNE.14," 1938 " T Sweetwater - reporter, sweetwater, texaS If8 A Lie Customer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once a year because we do such a thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. Special with this Coupon Regular $1.00 Grease Job Do It Today Pop's Is Tops 69c Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel THANKS, SWEETWATER For your wonderful patron- age and the ever increasing number who are benefiting from— GROGAN MINERAL BATHS "Tell Your Friends" GROGAN WELLS SANATORIUM ANNOUNCING Reopening of MRS. THORNTON'S BEAUTY SHOP 201 Hickory All New Equipment Bring This Ad for Complimentary Beauty Work Prices Reduced This Week Mrs. John Thornton Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized •...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

■* • ■ m ^ m tils wr* •' «i if • >** ••-«* ••• — •. |^r)^fWEETWA^ .. ■■•"*• . Mnr * ~~ :; -- **■ 'V- - ;' ' ' i > ''■■? -. - v > ' •-">.'•■ •■-: -V ■!■•■; ~.t :''. ' '" ' " J '.'"' ■ J ■-'t : '™~: *• J'. . ; ; " ,'• .. r«i. v • <>•««%' TUESDAY, JUNE 1*, 1938 — FOOD BUYS W' / Nice Slicing MtlfoM/i $kappmq& Tomatoes - - - u>. 5« Fresh Roasting Ears voz. 25c White or Yellow Squash Lb. £ic m 10c White Velvet Okra Pickling Size 4Cumbersiii. £lc Fancy Florida Bell Pepper -• ib. 9C Large Size Southern Mexico Pineapples - - e«. 15® 252 Size California Oranges doz. 19c Golden Fruit Bananas doz. ts« Large Mexico Limes doz. 12c 432 Size Sunkist Lemons doz. 22c Bliss Coffee 1-LB^ CAN Blue Plate CIIDIMD Packed b-v the Wes" 1 fir I CAAD Crystal White •ilHllfir son Oil Co. 21c val. A>rV | dUfll 7 Bars for 19« 25c Sun Harbor Angel Food LOAF CAKES Each 2Se Iced with Cherry, Pine- apple, Chocolate or white icing. Dale-Nut BREAD L oaf 1 §c Ready to eat and truly delicious. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 June 1938

i~C>'; ' ' • • ■yzr- ■~7 ' " •■'••'V •'. - '• .#*;••;- " " 1 '- ->Trr-T- •'■ '"T? - • ' ' T:^' ]he t |>y, 9 lie 9o 5c « |12c |j lc 9c tic but- lers ).25 J.85. r'y. to put- to |ing re- iree r. ame Iblin Id a land of 0 |wat- of fries He « fried Ireed ]dry- ?red, jlen. rnter a I i i <# &mt B-1 fi o o Jlip® DEMAND HANKOW Bankhead Blocks Move To CIO Leader Gets Rebuff at Hands Of House Speaker Two Major Obstacles ■- To Early Adjournment Yet to Be Hurdled \ WASHINGTON — (UP) — House Speaker William Bank- head today blocked a last min- ute effort by John L. Lewis to obtain a house vote on a bill to establish a "black list" of gov- ernment contractors who vio- late the Wagner labor act. Bankhead announced his flat refusal to coooerate with Lewis to bring up "ihe controversial proposal amendment under sus- pension of house rules. Bankhead's statement came as Lewis' eleventh hour request and a senate filibuster compli- cated leadership plans for ad- journment by midnight. Spec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 June 1938

•fei' v.'ts' >'f% " st ?B?. V* '■ '1 r* &«$ 'C ':€ i i^r gpy> 5WEETWATE* REPOVim SWBEFWmR, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JIINE15, 1938 Get Better As Race Advances -, y. ,-■ Magnolia-Medico Crew Held Held to Low Score Tuesday Night ■ They get better and better in the city softball league. That Sunbeam crew was fill- ing orders two high Tuesday night; and even though the mo- guls won't admit it, had the Magnolia-Medicos worried for a spell. Kite was right and bottled the big guns of the league lead- ers, holding them to seven scat- tered hits, scoreless until the fourth inning, and the final score of 3 to 1. Kite also got two of his team's hits, the only two by the way, and one of them contributed to the lone talley for his team. Wagner Starts Wagner, southpaw, started the first game of the season for him, aitid wften he showed signs that he might weaken, the M&M crew took not a chance and sent in Mabry who was wild at times but effective. What pleased the fans most was the tight def...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 June 1938

afe'r^iijsu-iwwi • i v >:'• % NMKPfMM9H& i/'il :Ki ■If V . "* *£tL: . p Mpm ; ' ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS f~« V PAGE o 1} Power May Be Available Within Next Six Months, I According to Roensch ROBY — Rural residents of Fisher county expect to have electric power wilhin the next six months if enough consumers ♦can be secured, said County Agent T. H. Roensch today. Roe- nsch based his statement on the interest manifested at a meet- ing Saturday night to discuss ^the building of a rural electric ^ine. Charles C. Fagg, superintend- ent of the Lubbock county rural electrification project, was the principal speaker at the Satur- day night mass meeting, attend- ed by 75 persons. Fagg explained that the Ru- ral Electrification administra- tion will make loans to coun- 0ties which secure 100 miles of lines with an average of three or more customers to the mile. Committee Appointed His suggestion that a tem- porary committee be appointed ♦to work ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 June 1938

IpS! corrected u ntlon of tbe pyto ■'v- ■ - , Editorials— SWEETWATER REPORTER-Features PAGE FOUJJ SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, !«> 8 •too 1 &V«w ai" second class matter office in Sw«etwater, Texas, Feb. . Uoorg* Uennltt and Russell Beonltt, f I I 1 • I I I So David prevailed over the Philistine with a flint and with a atone, and smote the Philistine* ?' ■ * r* ■ ■ ' • '* i i_" ' J and slew him; but there was no sword in the nana of Efavid.—I Samuel 17 ;50. Right is might, and ever was, and ever shall be • T, - go.—-Hare. is* EURO NEW An i wlich, pnoducl JROPEAN DROUTH CASTS LIGHT ON FARM PLANS' unprecedented drouth in Europe is reported unless broken soon, will drastically reduce crop production this year. It will particularly affect the grain crops. Already it has affected the American wheat market which strengthened in Chicago yesterday. This may be but preliminary to further advances at a time when ordinarily the price trend is downward as the new crop becomes ava...

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

f '" : .i- *&&<&&&. ik ■%*}&&&>-■ ? &&*)&*, • I • 3LT, % I • IR. Ion • • • i * i IGE atioqy V etrlst plan «r ow neces- in D Dffice IMER >. ! m ty: has thq >ugh r us tha Pend tTONUSDAV, JUNE IS, 1938 O^JF Neatly Repaired Shoes PjlMC those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot« BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP DANCE i It's A Lie Customer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once a year because we do such a thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. Special with this Coupon Regular $1.00 Grease Job Do It Today Pop's Is Tops WHERE IT'S Cool THE MOONLIGHT GARDEN The cool open-air dancoland now featuring an orchestra every night. GOOD FOOD A specialty! Featuring Hick- ory Smoked Barbecued Chicken, Beef and Pork . . Sweetwater's most modern pit. Make it a point to drive to— 'HE Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel ...

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

wwmm •jm/ < "V^fw :\H' f(«.; ml ^S- M J $fc T> V ;> g ' "tr to fiii ,Wl* 5^f> >"• W .1 ~ t? 1 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■L -■x ■1 '*mm ■; atv- msmmsmmmm "••*••' ■■ ; . f,r- / -•■ '•,•": •>■ ■- **. • n«v" ' ; -x■■kiv-v -. ' -. j.i• /■*'"• A ; Vjjfc <" .,- .. i*vf : ' >M' " ' • •■ ' *?*•*.••., •* :** •-.• . '^"\ ' ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1930 • « omen's Club Organized For New Year, radford Installed As B&PW President Miss Sara Wheat Is First Vice; Lorene Thornton, Secretary Installation of officers occu- pied most of the Tuesday even- ing dinner-meet of the Business and Profession Women's club, Miss Edith Bradford being ele- vated from vice-president to lead the club as president. The ses- sion was held at the White Kitchen. Miss Bradford succeeds Miss Ethel Harkins, outgoing presi- dent, who presided for business. Mrs. L. C. Vinson was in charge of installation ceremon- ies. Other officers are Miss Sara Wheat, first vice-president: Miss Ruth Gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

«£.«• % 1*1 wm mi* m Pf# "sffl O !)C fic be lie loc |6c er. Ivs pa- |gs 6. L50 |ng < re- |00: |St. ces u bet, lorn |sas ner f, the Ide- lan- lier Jon • iad |tch, of and a Jay two missirb nufw&d Cash Kidnaper Assessed Death Sentence MIAMI—(UP)—Circuit Judge H. F. Atkinson today sen- tenced Franklin Pierce McCall to die in the electric chair for kidnaping five-year-old Jimmy Cash. The sentence represented the most rapid application of Florida justice since Giuseppe Zangara was sentenced to death for assassinating May-f or Anton Cermak of Chica- go. The death sentence was pronounced just 10 days after the blue-eyed boy was kidnaped from his bed and accidentally smothered with handkerchiefs tied over his face. Judge Atkinson left the fixing of the execution date to Govern- or Cone of Florida who must sign the death warrant. It was believed Cone would set the date in the week of June 26. The death sentence was re- ceived quietly by the crowd. McCall showed no emotion. He had told ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

ft: ■>' SWEETWATER HEPORTEH,; SWEETWATER,, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE K, 193* innati Pitcher Sets World No Hit-No Run Record Meertf Enters Hall 01 Baseball Fame Second Successive No Hit-No Run Feat Turned In By Hero ' Br George Kirksey United Press Correspondent BROOKLYN—(UP) — John- ny Vander Meer, Cincinnati's rogy-cheeked southpaw, achiev- ed unique baseball immortality when he hecame the first man to pitch two consecutive no-hit, no-run games. His feat enabled tht Reds to defeat Brooklyn 6 to 0 in the first night baseball game played here. The Reds' 22-year-old left- hander pitched his first no-hit noi-run game against the Boston Bees last Saturday afternoon. in a dramatic finish Wednes- day night before a capacity crowd of 38,748, which kept up a steady roar as Vander Meer cajpe down the stretch, Johnny completed his job with the bases loaded in the ninth. Only Three Outs Away The air was charged with suspense as Vander Meer came out to pitch the ninth inning, only three outs awa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

••, PIS • TOUBSDAY, IUME 16,1938 • '/-• :^''f SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Bug Causes Fatal Automobile Crash WICHITA FALLS — Mrs. R. H. Sanders of Superior, Wyo., was killed yesterday when a small bug caused an automobile wreck. Her daughter lost con- News, the family spent several days In New Orleans driving to Jacksonville, Fia., enroute to Washington, where they w rc entertained by Rep. George Ma- lwn, Colorado. Mr. Boyles spent some time at the naval yards in Philadel- Dr. Sandefer In, Abilene Hospital ABILENE — Dr. J. D. I fer, 70, president of Hardin mons university, was rep< resting nicely after undergoing minor surgery early this week. 1 J State Official Opposed to So Many Holidays Lon A. Smith Favors Limiting Number to 4 Major Ones of Year If State Railroad Commission- er Lon A. Smith had his way there would be few holidays each year. The principal ,one would be Christmas. He would skip New Year's and many oth- er holidays now observed offi- cially. Either Marc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

v '.v.% > attention of the pu PAGE FOUR SWEETWATEF, TEXAS tL Pubs THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1938 on Thtirfdaar t*r Inc. Entered u aecond elan . office In Sweetwater, Texas, George Bennltt and Russell I V they hanged Human on the gallon* that he prepared for Mordecai. Then was the king's pacified.—Esther 7 ;10. '■i Retribution is one of the grand principles in the divine administration of human affairs.——J. Foster. The Happy June Bride in Europe {TOURIST BUSINESS HITS 4 BILLIONS IN TURNOVER ? It has been estimated that the American public fepends $4,000,000,000 during the summer touring sea- son. Besides providing for the immediate., expense of ^traveling this also represents the purchase of new ^clothes, those slacks, fishing outfits and golf clubs, to name a few. Most of all, this huge sum is an indica- tion of the importance of tourist business to every !city situated along main traveled routes. No doubt statistics could be compiled to show ; that Sweetwater receives a measurable amoun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

•C<*;Mfe --iv. .v. M- rmf i r br |y ng py- "• • a w tie Iras ler, Iss. lick 9 of lov- |an- of feet lare Iple tosh I the lily of I'ing ■was lick- I ser- ' r* V'r K\i- «, .■ ■ ->V ■;< :'jV if.• •. f-W?: W$*m: <*Wmm mk V'-f'm Wm. THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE 1 i Vacationists Warned to Take Precautions MS?-* ■ Health Official Urges Typhoid Immunization, Care in Use of Water At this time of year many people turn happily to their vacations, and many return home unhappily because of some neglect or indiscretion, ac- cording to Dr. George A. Gray, i director Nolan County health unit. Some of them neglect to see their family physicians about certain precautions to be taken, chief among which is ty- phoid vaccine. This is an econo- mical precaution, completely harmless, and may save a six weeks' illness and even life. It should be considered a dis- grace for anyone to have typhoid fever these days. On fishing and hunting trips, no one should e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

' -viis ti:r . ' ' ' ' ' V IV1 A &&&*& THURSDAY, Jim u, 1*8 SWEETWATER, T1XA« in County tests at Roby Wednesday Wardrobe Demonstrators, Reporters, Cooperators And Others Get Trips ROBY — Ten Fisher county 4-H girls club members were named as delegates to the July short course at College Station following county-wide contests conducted in an all-day rally Monday, climaxed by a basket Ipnch at noon. Roberta Johnston of Eskota goes to College Station by vir- tue of her office as county coun- cil chairman, Ouida Johnston gets a trip by winning first in the wardrobe contest. She also placed first in the reporters' competition. Louise Wood of Roby placed first in the resume of club work, a written report. Other winners in order were Marthaan Stahl, Pyron: Geneva George, McCal- Jey; and Allie Mae Brashear, Capitola, all getting trips. Club Record Best Delia Thompson of County Line was named delegate from that club on the basis of the club accomplishing most toward 1938 goal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

- . ! ■ / ' •'Y"r';- ■ ffpfml • ' ' ■*y-p:Wi k' '/SfiPP ^ R t 1 f|||| El ' v ■ "* ! « ™:;# ■ Jl -s?' ■•■ -m ,-v k < .'•' • ' .V. '?«,- \jL E38S . f/r'*'^ >AV, liiiE 1(8,1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS pace HOMB MADE S p e cializing in Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted Q. Milk .. Ov Paradise Ice Gream (Next E/rli Hotel) Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c -J ) HAIR CUT 25c 'o insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan It's A Lie Customer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once a year because we do such a thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. Special with this Coupon Regular $1.00 Grease Job Do It Today ... Pop's Is Tops 69c Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel \ Pabst Beer $2.50 Case T. & l\ CAF...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 June 1938

i > 1938 ''ifEl ' <!fu' I • ,>.• - i th '* r.t THURSDAY, -V UtETWATEK REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS h' M. '1 Farmers 5ye Threatening Storm Clouds Variety of Weather Whips Up Fears; Hail Has Hammered Crops By Mrs. P. B. Knott ROTAN — Since the damag- ing hailstorm a week ago the community has experienced a variety of unusual weather. Fol- lowing a heavy rain Thursday one of the season's most stifling sandstorms reduced visibility to a few yards. In the late afternoon a wind of high velocity struck, sending many scurrying to storm cellars for 20 minutes. Saturday evening for an hour one of the worst windstorms of the season filled the air with sand and did considerable dam- age. A tent show furled their tents and moved out of the coun- ty. Another cloud came in from the northwest bringing relief from a day of high temperature sending the thermometer down. Having been hailed out only recently, residents of the rural areas watched with deep con- cern each cloud. On some farms cot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

.M n - I If) i ? <0. f) Is- |s: #j bn lie It i- mC lei )p- las pes is' |ro- |ng DSt C o I I i\ lo • vaa&T .? uPPtil Policeman Father Of Phantom Bandit Lays Trap For Wayward Son CHICAGO — (UP) — Harold Keen, 21, sought the last three weeks as Chicago's "phantom bandit", last night walked into a trap set by his policen^n- father ancry>ung wife and was slain by a barrage of machine gun bullets. He was killed instantly as he approached the south side home of his wife's girl friend, Mrs. Salley Lerch, for medication of wounds suffered Tuesday night in a fruitless police pursuit. Joseph McCabe, one of three detectives who lay in wait for him, riddled Keen after the youth attempted to open fire with a .32 calibre pistol. Bandit's Father Aids Police The bandit's father, Police- man Ernest Keen of the stolen automobile detail at the detec- tive bureau, and young Keen's wife, Angeline, an expectant mother, had "tipped off" au- thorities several hours earlier that the youth would go ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 June 1938

HP ofp ? p m. Hm^ASFf JvM Iff Iwfl ' ""I' - "V W/iere Quality Is Higher and Prices Are Lower 121bS* Flour 37c kOy€ Guaranteed to be as good as any flour you have ever used or your money refunded. Pure Cane Sugar 10 ibs 49c 25 ibs |«W TUNE IN ON DICK TRACY MONDAY ,, y THRO FRIDAY ^ II QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT 2 for Gold Bar No. 2 can Peaches QUAKER PUFFED RICE 2 for 2 for 25* Crushed or Sliced Pineapple 3 a cans 15C Shortening 4|bs- 39c ■ " i "n 55® Crisco 25c Size 69c Size Oxydol 19c 59e r. and ii. or 4^ 40b C. W. Soap 6 for Zjc Tomatoes can1 6 for 25c Blue Bonnet Salad Dressing Pint 15c Qt New Potatoes lb. 2*« Large ftt Pineapples Each 15® Sugar Corn 2 Cans 1S« Crystal White Soap Chips Pork & Beans - J* Dressed 0^ 0^ Fryers Each 49c and Sliced Bologna - Rib Roast lb. IOC lb. 12c Assorted 0^ Lunch Meats i .*5c New Entry In Recreation Loop Puts on Class Spectacular Game Ends 6-5 For Second Position League Ten Heavy is the head that wears the crown, or almost wears the crown. The might...

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

' . O > ii I 0 o ; 0 | I o ifji . & o BJEEEES MeTet, A Co I-?. Ilii isnm Sweetwater reporter, sweetwateb, texas " '. i" '■ .! '■'. " . ,, . IT'S EASY TO SET THE LAST PENNY OF PURCHASING POWER OUT OF YOUR FOOD DOLLARS. JUST DRING THEM TO SUNSEAM AND PUT THEM TO WORK ON OUR DISPLAYS OF QUALITY FOODS. YOU'LL FILL YOUR MARKET BASKET WITH THE BEST FOR LESS BECAUSE EVERY- THING-POPULAR FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD NEEDS—IS PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY JELLO pkg.. TOMATOES Phillips, 16 oz. Can PORK & BEANS Pure Maid PEAS 16 oz. Can . Del Monte Early Garden Asparagus - j .9 $ Del Monte Crushed or Sliced Pineapple - 3«cans Del Monte Pears - - - J .2 Golden HHI j i Aprieot Neetar as ^-V Dole or Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE - - 16 oz. Can Angel us MARSHMALLOWS 48< lb. Pkg. 10* Fancy June Pink lb. M T0MAT0ES4 IP SQUASH Yellow or White Lb Small Size Market Specials PICNIC HAMS • 21 Longhorn Full Cream CHEESE 5 oz. Glass CHEESE Kraft Pimiento. Kay, Olive Pimiento, Pineap- ple. Ea. 15 - > 15c CAL...

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

■m "wtliirtliiii aiimim tite iAgf - ruDiunea wvn* uwniuuu Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features ■■■■>;■.■■■ • • V Published eaeS afternoon ^except also Sunday mtfrriing and Ita wee! on Thi i^SBS r Reporter, „ _ be cheerfully corrected upon be- fought to attention of the publishers. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS And they went forth, and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them, and confirming the Hoards with signs following.—St. Luke 1,16,20. A strong aid faithful pulpit is no mean safe- guard of a nation's life.—John Hall. Illustrating That Railroad Problem CONGRESS EXTENDS LOW INTEREST RATE ON FARM LOANS For a seconcKtime congress has had to over-ride • President Roosevelt's veto in order to extend lower interest rates to those having Federal Farm Bank loans and commissioner's loans. Until June 30, 1940 the loans will bear a 3Ms per cent rate on the bank loans and 4 per cent on the commissioner's loans under the con- gressional act. The president based his veto on a pre-...

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