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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

WEATHER Vr'£*T tzzkz: cUuiy ihir ifia:- nooa, tonight ami flJUrdaf. Warm*? n Punh.inaie Salurdaj, IBotQtt Jfeors ~2lef alft - Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Oilier Depls.: 6 and 7 If THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 293 NEA Service District Attorney Takes Charge of Investigation; Welch Moved to Stinnett Associated Press Slayer Sought in Death of Dallas News Distributor Borger, Texas, Friday, November 1, 1946 * * <Tcn Pages Today) ¥ Price 5c WICHITA FALLS, Tex , Nov. : 1—(AP>—Search for the killer of | I Marlin Camp, Dallas and Wichita j Falls newspaper distributor shot j —— I to death yesterday near Bowie, Alvin Welch, world war veteran, charged with murder in Tex., centered today in the vicin- connection with the shooting to death of Henry Fields, pioneer o1 Alvord and Fort or i. 3 - — - - • Camp s bloodstained automobile | was Abandoned near Alvord. His | body, two bullet wounds in t h e | Borger business man, in downtown Borger Wednesday night...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

Pag# T#p i I I :« jp - :n ! THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD i . - friday, November 1, 1946 — _____ — "V Wj «c m &M.- ' 4' J Hi Hi riife #< i 'i 3> "< *•;<. ,2 i ■v. 1 ; /; "3$ .* SiSi ,<r. . \ • n pkgt 3—; NTSC Progr All-Out Pledget Legion &$j§B , ■.« 1 ■m -M i m ?■* ■ >#> "J. • /•• l J* ! *; ■ > 'ii : : *:* ¥■■■ % Hr '<a Sf$|K Ill 4s2A'ii!l p* .i; ' It ''I m-0 ii . i. - •<* •*$*!?•. ■.■S1 vXvAj v Why Scold ? It may let off steam. Da'd probably feels better now thnt ho . gotten it off his chest. But it really hasn't helped Bobby very much. He is a bit frinhtenod of course, and so he is willing to promise most anything. But ho hasn't really changed his mind. Whether it is a matter of leaving spinach on his plate, playing wiih some companions who will get him into trouble, or not wanting to go io church, a ton of scolding isn't as good as an ounce of example. So don't scold himl Show him! Set the example! Jesus Christ came into the world as an exam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

I>nc 7 ID ie 1080 597 lon« 760 ice lis 60 Inc 1109 .0. > lit* m 4 U*wu' u am ,f I TZ/onaan^ (Page Page 3—lotfM, ITwil) News-Herald—Friday, November 1. 1946 NTSC A Cappella Choir To Present •Program of Folk Tunes and Ballads Evangelist Newlon To Conducl Revival, Tenth Street Baptist All-Out Support Pledged By Local Legion Auxiliary All-out support of the work of the American Legion during 1947 was pledged last night by Mrs. vt|lugh Anderson, vice president of ^he local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, at a meeting of the Legion post and Auxiliary. The Auxiliary is strengthening itf membership, she saiu, so that it can aid more effectively in the Legion efforts for veteran* and in civic and patriotic activities. "Auxiliary women welcome the opportunity to serve side by side with the war veterans of their families in the work of the Amer- ican Legion," Mrs. Anderson t<>ld • ^.egionnaires. "Wherever in the Legion program th* work of wo- men can be helpful, you will fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

Ill ?!#| wMki Hawks Seek Second Conference Victory For the second time in eight days, Phillips' hopeful Blackhawka hit the roed to battle the leading gridiron eleven of District 2 A. Last week it wa sPanhandle? and Phillips' 19 14 victory knocked the Panthers out of the driver's seat. Tonight it is Perryton who by virtue of two conference wins is setting the pace in the district and who will play host to the Blackhawks at 8 p.m. in the Perryton stadium. Victory in toniqht's game will stamp tho winner as top hepvy favorite for the district title. In the pte-game jockeying fori - the position of underdog in to- night's game. Coach Floyd Murry of Perryton warned that his Ran- gers were being over-rated; while Coach Chesty JValker of Phillip? spoke in his traditionally gloomy tone of the six victories in seven games and the 193 points the Rangers have amassed this year Longhorns Hit by Injury Jinx Again; Tailbacks Benched AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 1— (A*) — The injury jinx hit the Texas SPORTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

V U • > BORGER BULLDOG LINE THAT WILL FACE PLAINVIEW BULLDOGS TONIGHT JU, A 'iT' i _ f *'>mk J#** «a-„ i ^ j. rtt"' ■ yfis • ' Vj^v i ** * ■* -*! , ' % ( .-T ' ' * '* *. MMHMNN wfSR! BICE End iiiMII >H PATTERSON Tackle s* r [> * • t < s, ■•if. 4 - nc fourth of the gaa tax which •r.ll crmtlr. ie to be allocated to a\riliable frrp school fund. Mr. Thompson'* deep lnlweat and untiring k in ->ocur;ng bet- t, <• improved highway* tut r< ad( wa# the (election to |'i , ' Ir11Vinson county carn- 1 i f!u Tim a vigorous • - '.'i. .11 the coun to pttihl i>u* I. * merit* of thi • amendment. Chief |. nposp of tho ., l ie the ulti- mate construction of rural mail and school bus route*, and all* market roach. It v i 11 , improvement, maintenance and policing of all , toads and urban trafficways. METHODIST CHURCHES INCREASE MEMBERSHIP DALLAS, Nov. 1 -«>!*•—Metho- dlnt churches of tin* North Dallas conference have increased their member.ship by 14,SHI district sup- erin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

Ghost ol Houdini Ignores Magicians' Halloween Seance DETROIT, Nov. 1— (/?) — The ghost of Harry Houdini shunned a Halloween seance last night, disappointing 13 magicians who met at midnight in a candle-lit room in an effort to contact the magician's «plrit on the 20th an- niversary of his death here. Promptly as the clock struck twelve and while sounds of Hallo- ween celebrations echoed through the downtowr. area, the ceremony started. The participants included professional magicians and ama- teurs — ranging from business men to a police sergeant. Quietly they seated themselves in n circle, leaving a 14th chair va- cant. On it were placed momentos of Houdini's life — his favorite handcuffs, an uutographed pic- ture, a broken magician's wand and a copy of one of his books. As the lights were dimmed, Ma- gician Bob Underwitter called on the spirit to make itself known. Tensely, the group watched the 14th chair. Not a sound was heard as the room remained in almost complete darkness for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

Page 7—Borfjrr, (Texas) Newi-Hor^—Friday, November i. 1946 * «• iTho |mil- |.c'l ^IKt V re- |ech- neut lord ilt* V/ By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK. Nov. I—(A')—Ev- erybody who takes a trip abroad, : brings forth a bi by, writes a book or crawls safely out of a tiain wreck, asks himsplf: 'What did I gain from this experience?" So like any other tourist—for foreign corres,. jndents, however they may dislike to think so, are basically just long-term tourists on an expense account—I took out my battered notebook to thumb back and see what four years of war and peace overseas had taught me. The notebook had a few sta- tistics: % I had gone around the world— by 1960 who won't have?" and traveled 102,000 miles. Some 50,000 were by jeep, 50,000 in sixteen different types of air- craft, and 2.000 on my bunions and assorted ox-carts, burros and one flea-ravaged camel that spent twenty years learning the long away around a pyramid. 1 had visited fifty countries and six continents. That's a lot of WAGON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD PuJbiifcH#dl hI 20S North Main Street, Borger, Texas n ery evening except Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publishing Company. Inc.. PubhrtlHT*. J. C. Phillips Editor and Manager One Year —— — — 811.00 Si* Months . .. 5.75' Three Months r, M#| Month ... „ , - -1 - :—— 1.10 1 Weekly , , _ .85 ■Ktta**d M Mcond-clast matter November XI. 19M. It the Post Oliice at Borger. Texas under the Act ot March 8, IBS'', The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use oi republi- cation of all news dispatches credited to it or not olherwUe. Page 8—Borger. (Texas) Newt-Herald—Friday, Novomher I. 1946 LEGION AUXILIARY DRIVE POR MEMBERSHIP CONTINUES i Hutchinson county Araorican Legion Auxiliary unit is entering the concluding week oi its membership drive. Two very important objectives of Legion auxiliary work have been •>trossed in this year's membership drive. An increased membership is greatly needed to carry on the work of reha- bilitation and tho fig...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

J- SPECIAL NOTICES iO^ikKf^PfNO nno P*yroll Sorvlci income Ux reports prepared and filed Moftltt Bookkeeping Service, f u2'> North M-'f, Roornr TO md . 73-18tc FM0T09TATIC COPIES, black and white and Blueprint work oi all lypaa 1 day Mirvic . Phone S — Olttca Supply Ilouto. 121 dh WI. HLPA1H all mak«« typewriters and adding maehlnaa. Phone i (or prompt and guaranteed service. The Oltlce Supply- _ SPECIAL' KOTiCS If you live in or near Border you can get the Amarillo Times delivered to your door by carrier. Phone 83 Aina- riUo Times Circulation De(i.'«rtrorni in Unrgejr. _ _ 180-2fltdh SPECIAL NOTICE If you do not receive yuur Amarillo Time*. Phone (til Amarillo Times Cir- culation Department in licrger. IMMMtdh I want your small loans Irom ll up on walchas, diamonds, radios, refrig- erators, automobiles. Records confl- dontlal. Ben Woibel. Post Oliice News Stand. Phone 1131. ISS-lStc SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: Guaranteed work, pre-war prices. Your tewing machine adjusted in your h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 1 November 1946

rOOMTH XI* SHIPMENT or mm to Guatemala SAM ANCKLO, Tex.. Nov. 1— l*>—The fourth shipment erf west Trsat eheep lor a Giiflten.u.Ar. roBcbrr were ec route by plane today to Guatemala City. Aboard the American Airlines skyfreighter were 261 lambs and three collie pups consigned to Enrique As'iurins. A total of 1,000 fWp lambs, 10 polled Rnmbouillet ram lambs mid one Shropshire ram have been shipped from here by pUite Ml LOST SI Ubft.1" UMllkta mf, 10 I*. la Mh «M lta.1* km, Ola 1701b*., Mr*. D. M. Hawkim < til ttas U ftahl I lew n«ht and hAil *itk driioau* AVIJS Viu- ipiu CumIt K*dunn( Finn until 1m testa bkc aurfal. Youi n- tot uuy or may not be the bill try Ihta ruin mtimn* Vary Flnl Boi Kluat Shorn ledMcal uau. conduct*! by " ' tatn man I baa •I II M It aaaraaa la ■ 'aw iwtcb the AYDS Vila- ■CM4y lateda| Man. tta aaxbl No draft. No lui ttaaa Yau ton't cut out any raaalt. pouutt*. mailt of butttf —you lu l ml limit *• Sirnpt* hes> you enjov drii. idmm AYDS vitamin Candy at d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

• ► |f i1:' dl-1 kins' I Ifilrnl ddon ktroyl r<* 1 Ire i* In ail 15 JT u,% H i 95 .95 s! ces in ee our Notre Dame 28 Army 19 Princeton 17 Georgia 14 Texas 19 Rice 41 Ohio State 39 Oklahoma 14 Navy 0 W. Virginia 0 Pennsylvania 14 Alabama 0 SMU 3 Texas Tech 6 Northwestern 27 TCU 12 WEATHER WEST TEXA8: Partly cloudy, showers from Pecos Valley eastward this afternoon and tonight and in Del Rio-Eagle Pats area Sunday. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20—No. 294 ★ NEA Service THE CARBON BLACK C ENTER OF THE WORLD Associated Press Borger, Texas, Sunday, November 3, 1946 * * (Thirty-Six Pages Today) Price 5c Democrats And Republicans Both Confident 11 LI "IF II Colder9Weather On U.N. Council For Use Strike At Texas Of Veto On Memberships LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y.. Nov. 2—(AP)—Despite strenu ous efforts of Soviet Russia to block criticism of the United Nations security council. Egypt and Argentina today led a small nations attark on the council for reject...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

I PARTY LOYALTY PAYS (An Editorial) Considerable interest has been demonstrated in the forthcoming general election, in particular concerning com- petition for United States Representative to Congress from this district .. . , .(* It is always a good sign when people concern themselves with the problems confronting their political leaders, and it is particularly desirable that the individual voter devote a great deal of thought to the problems confronting his Repre- sentative to Congress. Eugene Worley, Representative from this District, and ihe Democratic party's nominee for to* lection to the office that he now holds, is opposed bv Frank T. O'Brien. Republi can nominee, whose friends are increasingly active in behalf of his campaign. It is practically a foregone conclusion that Congressman Worley will be reelected, notwithstanding tho efforts of his opponent who is no doubt sincere in his endeavor to represent his party in Congress. Not only the fact that VVorlev is the nominee of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

I* 1 I « « * 1 it / in( W Sensational Values In COSTUME JEWELRY One Big Table Values From $17.95 up Silverlatod Salt and Pepper ShaKcrs You've never seen such buys before! Special lor $ Day 1. $ Day Spccial Morrison FOUNTAIN PEN SETS Reg. S6.00 Valuo Idea! tor Gift Special for $ Day Page 3-A—Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday, Nov. 3. It46 ( \ V //-£ COPK 194B tV NIA 8CHVICI. IWC 7 M. WG U 8 PAT. Off Wyail Predicts Viclory in Fight For Home Loans WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 Housing Expediter Wilson W.viiU hi of 1.200.000 dwelling! year. Up to OctoUr. been Begim, 4So jioo At it new* confer talked ootirui 4icatfv kin of sitting l>it{ <lo<trn cflfrpMnBs to > a^4mbbr llfte houwn : vvv4 ftotjp« that h ;• dimUve to I5FO. ft able action until")" granted lum by ioen" L- a .tirt milking liu h#s 0 will unrig favor* the powers the Veterans tonight foMcwt ■ victory in I ight (or loans of $65,000,000 create a maan-produirtioii housing industry, despite resistance from the Reconstruction Finan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

HRM ouncJuy, November 3, 1946 the borger (texas) news-herald Page 4-A oCi.rid!&tu'& (Pna - Ckni&tma&i... wet#- LINDSEY'S Credit Terms Make Buying and Paying Easy! BUY NOW! PAY NEXT YEAR! Only a Small Down Payment is Necessary To Buy That Gift < M DINETTE SET IRONS A WHOLE PAGE OF VALUES! All Money Savers — All Ideal Xmos Gifts TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Our Christmas stock it already complete and you'll find Tricycles, wagons, scooters, etc.* displayed on our floor. Check Lindsey's firstl New shipment Electric Irons. Also few travel irons at S6.10. Make nice gift! 6.95 I TIE BACKS Have a Coxy Fireside! With This Beoutiful FIREPLACE MANTEL PICTURES Realistically execu- ted ar.d sturdily constructed. In red brick. designed. Other mantels also ^ available at Lind. sey's. New plastic tie- backs to lend beauty to your curtains. See them now! Mnft Kigp ~ ■ ■ •« •. . Large assortment of pic- tures. Beautiful pictures are always a welcomed gift. 69.50 bi| Sd i'! I 1.95 «P j BABY C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

fage 5-A—Borger, (I«x *) New -H rald—Sunday, Ho*. 3—1946 Jeep Hits Mine on Road to Holy land Number Two (Continued irom PACE i> Texas Outscores SMU in 19-3 Win 'Going—Going—' < M JERUSALEM. Nov. 2——A Jeep hit a roadmine tonight near Pctah Tikva and a bomb explod-! lican and one progressive. d near a bridge ovoj the KiMi'.i K ii <■ j,oum the republicans river In the vicinity Of Haifa now have 192 members and need new violence erupted in the Holy j 218 for a numerical majority. The Land at the end of a one-day! democrats have 235. minor parties trikc of Palestine's Arabs against two. and there arc *ix vacancies the Balfour declaration. j previously tilled bv democrats. One soldier in the jeep was Gov Thomas E. Dowey of New wounded seriously and nnothei York, who could not down Pres. AUSTIN, Tex.. Nov. 2 — (/Pl- eats are at stake Tuesday, 24 of The Texas Longhorns turned on iliem now democratic, 10 repub* | the power spasmodically today to knock the Southern Methodist Mustangs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

ft " M P«9« 6-A—Borger, (Tsxm) N«wi-Hmld~§und«y, Wov. 3, 1946 m"c> Milton Borger|m^| Borgans Dedicate Victory Over Plainview to Star Quarterback Plainview Fans Express Sympathy for Injury to Borger's Stellar Gridman A bouquet of flowers was re- ceived Saturday by Burger's in jured football star, Milton Price Accompanying them was a care expressing the symapthy of Plain view fans, against whose team Price was playing Friday night when injured. By JACK ROBEKTS News-Herald Sports Editor PLAINVIEW, Nov. 1—The brlllUnt and colcrful schoolboy lootball career of Milton Price, 174 pound flashy and handsome quarterback of the Border Bulldons, came to a tragic end here tonight when the Borger star received a broken leg in the openlnrj minutes of the liVC Central American re initial period of play. His team mates quickly dedicated the name to their chief signal , publics—Costa Rjcy, El Salvado- caller rnd disrenarded a 7 point deficit to lick the Plainview Bulldogs 28 to 7. Guatemala, Hondu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

Phillips Takes Lead in District 2-A Grid Race Blackhawks Outscore Perry ten Squad 13-7 By T. M. SIEGRIST RANGER FIELD, Perryton. Tex.. Nov. 1-They did it again 1 Those battling Blackhawks from Phillips once more firmly ensconsed themselves in the driver's seat of District (2 A football by repulsinq the hard fighting Perryton Rangers here tonight 13-7. And out at Phillips high school the caretaker of gridiron trophies is already dusting off a spot for the 1946 conference championship, a spot along side the other six consecutive trophies won by the Blackhawks snice 1940. Yes they did it attain, and to- - — -• Strategist night the.v did it the hard way, «"nd only after a chilling last- minuto drama that kept over :H)00 fans in j, frenzy of excite- ment until the final whittle. ™ For a time tonight) it seemed though this dynasty of football monarch* would he toppled from i its throne. With less ahan three minutes left t~ Dlav in the name. Phil- lops and perryton had earned a 7-7 t'e on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

Sunday, November 3, 1946 MISSES PAJAMAS Knit styles with stripe top and plain color pants.—Expertly tailored for good looks and comfort. Sizes 12 to 16. Reg. $1.98 Values Jp; THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD ONE LOT Page 8-/ ANKLETS A large selection of quality anklets in an as sorted colors. Sizes 8-lO'/j. Vals. to 49c pair 4 Pairs ONE DOLLAR TABLE Includes children's sweaters, ladies' bed jackets, head scarfs, wool shoulderettes, ladies' rayon crepe pajamas. Choice of lot— CHOICE Hi JUST RECEIVED! 1Q9-D0ZEN MEN'S KNIT BRIEFS i'W; Buy all you need—NO LIMIT! Comfortable fit- ting briefs in all sizes. Special! PAIR MEN'S SHOUTS Comfortably tailored in white muslin- Size 34 to 44. Special— PAIR 35c PRS. 7# f i /* * I ^ DOUBLE BLANKETS BOYS' SWEATERS Quality, 5'f wool blankets in assorted colors of bold plaids. 72x84 inch size. Coat, slipover ard slip- over sleeveless styles in new knits. Sizes S . 10. 30 to 36. Values to SI.98 Special Dollar Day SPECIAL BARGAIN BASE MENT VALUES! Child's...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

/« and lylcs. A Iduccd la Is. * Mexico Is Setting bor Harvey-Sherwin Wedding The First Methodi«t church in Saltillo, Mexico, was the settinu ior the wedding of Miss Joyce M. Harvey, daughter of Mr*. J. S. Porter of Phillips, tmd Douglas j Sherwin of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, son of Mr. and Mrs. b. F. She;-- v-in of New York City, New York.' The impressive twilight cere-1 atony was held at 7:30 p. m„ I Saturday, August 24, with the Rev. Flores, pastor of the church l eading the double rinn service in Spanish. "Ave Maria"' was played softly on the organ during the exchange of vows. According to Mexican law u civil ceremony is necessary, and immediately preceding the churc'i service the couple was married by the state. Attending the state ceremony were Professor David Ormesher and Dr. Theo Hazewood, both of Harlingen;. Ricardo Austin and Pierce DyMpma, both of Pleasant j Valley. The bride wore a pale blue j gown ot imported luce with A matching gloves. She carried a w bridal bouquet of w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

•I - M Tired of Playing Tag/ Says Young Woman lo Dallas Police Pan* 8-C- Bor<rer, News Herald -Sunday, Nov. 3, 1946 Truman Leaves Political Battle In Party's Hands By ERNEST B. VACCARO INDEPENDENCE. Mo., Nov. 1 —itf)—President Truman, quiet- ly vitlung at home, left demo- cratic battles for congressional scats in the hands of the party organization today after passing up a hometown rally last night because of what a close friend said was the president's desire to • uphold the dignity of his high office." It was Independence Mayor Roger T. Sermon, a close per- sonal friend, who offered this explanation for the president'! absence. His was the first explanation offered publicly in administration circles for Mr. Truman's cam- paign aloofness on his visit home. At the same time, Presidential Press Secretary Chiirles G. Ross continued to maintain that Mr. Truman Mill has nt> plans for a political address t<> the nation. Speaking to several hundred resident* tn the Memorial bu...

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