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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

wh 01 sai I' - > thai can I Page 9- Borger, Texas News-Herald—Sunday, November 10. 1946 ■ — ■ Hutchinson Votes 312 To 42 For Vets' Land Bill ./ i The veterans land fund consti- tutional amendment received an endorsement of 312 to 42 in Hutch- inson county according to figures announced Saturday by county clerk, T. L. Wright. •v With all precincts reporting ex- cept Spring Creek, the heavy ma- jority was in accordance with re- \ports from ulhover the state which indicated a 3-1 support for the measure. At the same time, Wright an- nounced the final figures on the (general election held Tuesday. In LADIES- You don't need an ippointment to get your |hair dressed here! We Are Always Ready To Serve You GAYLENE BEAUTY SALON the only office contested, Con- gressman Eugene Worley defeated i his Republican opponent 1,093 to 670. Throe constitutional amend- ments were approved on Tuesday. Amendment 1 (Tarleton college' « n, *«nrov«vt to 275: amtiul- i ment 2 (retirement* was approved 768 t...

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

THE BORCFR NEWS HERALD Published *1 20S North Ma n Street, Horycr, T«x rytj er nii.g KMpl Saturday. and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publiihir.g Company. Inc.. Publisher*. J. C. Phillips Editor and Mimget On Ymi _ 911.00 Six Months $.75 Three Months .. „ u , , . -... 3.0C Moqlh ,, . ... | ! . 1.10 VMdy .25 Entered as second-class mailer November 23. IMG. at the Pott Ollice at Borger. Texas under the Act o! March I. IW The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use ot republi cation ot all nev> <tispatche« credited to it or not otherwise 9*9* !•—Borrvr, fexas) News-Herald—Sunday, Norembar 10. 1141 Ronayne Blasts Communist Infiltration Into America (Editor's Note: I- 3. Rorutyne. Borger resident, and member of the Border Toastmftstcrs club, de- livered the following address, pub- lished here in its entirety, before the AmariUn and Sanford Kiwan- i* clubs in a Joint meeting at the Amarillo hotel recenty. The address was also delivered Thursday night before the Borger T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

rT k 71 M IV* | Pri« K,r |Scrit Sec n «v fti I—SPECIAL NOTICES BOOKKF.KFINO ana Payroll Service income tax reports prepared and filed. Mnffltt Bookki-rping Servlcc. 5021a Worth Main. (looms 10 and 11. 118-WtC PHOTOSTATIC COPIES Dlitck and white, and Blueprint work oi all types. 1 day service. Phone S - Office Supply House. 228 db WE REPAIR ail'makes typewriters and adding machines. Phone S for prompt and guaranteed service. The Office suppjy special notice U rou live In or near Border you can (et the Amarillo Times delivered to your door by carrier. Phone 82 Ama- rillo Times Circulation Department !u Dorjsr 189-20tdh BPLCIAL NOTICE M you do not receive your Amarillo Tlines. Phone 82 Amarillo Times Cir- culation Department In Borger lM-Mtdh ~~ SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: Guaranteed work, pre-war prices. Your sewing machine adjusted in your home. $1.00. J. D. Owen, 203 Front era. Buna- vtsta, Phone 1011. 274-26tp MONEY Before you borrow, see us! Signature — Auto — Collateral Quick — Cou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

P«f# 12—Borgtt. (Tixu) Ntwi-H*mld —Sunday. No mb«r 10. 1946 Seven Notices of Cryer Speaks to Drill Intentions Kiwanis Club on Filed Last Week Armistice Day' Seven notices of intention to drill were filed last week in the Pampa office* of the Texas rail- road commission. Sites and operators are as fol- lows: Gray eount.v—Sunray Oil cor-1 poration, Cook no, 9, H&GN sur- vey, 1345* from W and 845' from N lines of sec. 30, blk. B-2, 2 miles W of Lefors. Speaking before the Borger K1- wanis club at its weekly luncheon Friday. C. A. fryer, superinten- dent of Borger public schools, de- clared that it will take an "Amer- ica First" and a will by the entire nation for eternal peace to main- tain peaee. Cryer spoke to the club mem- bers and guests on "Armistice Day- Gray county—Texwell Oil cor- poration, B. F. A. By rum no. 8-B, l&GN survey, 330' from S and 330' from E lines of W-2 of NE-4. sec. 188, blk. 3, 9 miles N\V of Pampa. Hutchinson county — Dave Ru- bin, Whittenburg "A" no. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

ItOKCHU. TEXAS SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 191C DRiUER T NO BONDER. HAUNTED! I NOBODY the new owner of cutting inn, captain easy, and his companions, half-gainep mcgurkey and sister, carmen, get their first view of the property :«"v'wikim there's no electricity, but i v found plenty of candles? ^ yrrpr~7n BNSlDE, THREE UNDERWORLDLIN6S A5E seekin6 hidden loot from a robbery we'll play ghost tonight, monk! jawbone'll be the spoo<! look.mysterious! ^ don't worry--we ll somebody's outside! 1 keep 'em from , STAY IN)' LONG* weve got linen, zmmil too! — NUMBER ells a worry here's your room, half gainer.! there's no bells in it to make you tmlmk. you're in the . prize-ring k ^agalntjjgh (j that night find play jawbone mt t work kv 6uv he lo dumbest V r *- y ' -j *r- ROUND ONE; 1 comes dancin' wne. oot q, m£ copmsr/ jawbone ll so in this room while you rattle the chain! ©(H) okay, mysterious. and you make with the groan's! BELL ring again copr §y nea service inc

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

© &I3OT. u'Ji&eGs 1 J.RWILtlAMl ja « ICZlCZICrilC: ^ — nr~ir~ / iiiiircrr~",!,r ;;;itii^iTCT«Miir it's good to get this "trusty old shotgun out ag aim.' just the feel of gives me a big thrill WELL. MY GUM'S CLEANED] 1 THINK ILL GcT AKJP I'M ALL SET, SO 1 /SOME SLEER TOO.' GUESS I'LL TURN IN/ J I SIMPLY CAN'T I WANT TO GET UP AT J BEAT LILLIAN AT DAyBREAK FOR. y— MY HUNTING r ^ THIS DOUBLE V. SOLITAIRE/ IS WILLIS (SOING WITH OH, A FEW DAYS AGO HE SAID SOMETHING A80UT, GOING WITH ME THE FIRST TIME OUT, BUT I'M GOING TO PULL A SNEAK ON HIM/ ^ HE'LL JUST A BE IN THE , WAV y i MAYBE IT 'S JUST AS WELL | HE DOESN'T GO/ C WHEN HE GETS HOME FROM THE MOVIE, LIL, TELL HIM r - TO GET ( RIGHT BE P.' ) GEE, THATS A f WEAK! TRICK, \ TO PLAY OV /TrK \ WILLIS NEXT MORNING good gracious, Daybreak already/ a person would r- . THINK MDU " WERE GOING . AFTER •*VT \ OWLS/ s />v. ^ /' r\7 sh-m-m- you'll wake willis.' Sk/y/l ^ in a way, i feel sorry„ for willis— but i'll think up some sort of a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

% !(ri cj yy o 4^ T tif nv ■■11 ^ -^rJA ^ , hz 4' ll i^c3s—^ T. & could i have some hot water for the 8irdbath; please ? i thifi

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

a blanket" OF snow ovee he farmer's wheat field .ueans protection from wind amp cold. 1 V i 7 M IIC U S FAT. OM if YOU OONT Like snow- remtmaec. that rr docs haue try <\ cbooo rolnitss". the grouse flies into a deep snow bank and finds ita first- rate insulated bed roov\ . ...and ,v\akes exquisite. pictures for the newspaper & —->-> \snow furnishes ) smoisture to be ) 11 used gradually s snow piled deep on tree limbs acts as natures pruning shears by snapping off dead twigs SNOWY BACKGROUNDS MAKE THE SNOWSHOE RABBIT INVISIBLE. TO PREDATORY ANIMALS. AS IT SLOWLY MELTS. COM 194« |Y HfA SIRVICr INC p/Gf/rmwp D MtHiZ bats cant see in the daytime. horses have mo upper teeth. NOVEMBER ONCE WAS THE NINTH MONTH ALL INDIANS SPEAK THE SWE LANGUAGE j[_ moats a)u mm <r hi,mr.m .'got any „ old papers nou're >' not using ? —- y ™ I I BELIEVE WE i > CAN DIG UP 1 this is super, u i can probably ' mr m....a real 1 find even more * l in the attic, / ^ hilda ! y ' r if t remember...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1946 THIMBLE THEATRE RetritttertHf U S Patent Office. - ! - Starring Popeye ^BEARS ARE SMART AMlNALS?.' WHEN WINTER COMES THEy CRAWLS INA HOLE AN' sleeps lTlLL SPR'NQ r YA&, -niows yer chancet wimpy." beakburgers on the hoof?? let him slumber, POPEYEH) . i know whem i am awakened i am ill- tempered and ME WOULD BE MOST UNFRIENDLY oh esc use me.'.') i dldn1 ASEAN JO J -yq disturb ya// y (\ 1 ^ /wouldja like to ^ ' ( leave a call for ^—7 ( march or ' k. > cv7 p'raps m.y* l for « apk/l?? won't he get hungry \ during allj^i; he ate a that ™^jlot 6fore he popeye ?? crawlep in'a .v* /move over, bear// make f room for me and i don't want any] ' trouble — ( < ( another hamburger. gouoh-j house f/jr that will make l " n 7 sevenffj we might have a long winter .'/ A\\T . y\ /- oscar was a nice fellow// yes, he was// yes, he' was// yes, oscar was.'/ T yes, indeed — he was/.m i always liked nim,< meself/f 7~" ll-io /'oh, my GOf? SHU t i / •' v / ✓ 4 <CC&-...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

^ U 3. V ■■■■ "foe KATZENJAMMER KIDS by SUREf DEV GOT MOTHS IN AFSTRALIA AS BIG ) AS-EAGLES/UNDDEY KIN EAT HOLES IN / \CLOTHES SO QV/Ck LIKE A MACHINE GUNJ YEP/ DEY ULAR W 1 MOTHS.' (fiddle-faddle ' UND DISS ISS VOT PREVARICATORS GET DOT DON'T TELL DER ^ TRUTM' AIN'T YOU ASHAMED TO FIB LIKE DOT ? —> MOTHS J CAN'T EAT c HOLES/ SURE/ UND DER MORE OXPENSIF IT ISS DER BETTER DE.Y LIKE IT/ I VUNDER IF MOTHS LIKE DER TASTE UF CLOTHING'-? WIMMEL.' IT'S A FACK/ LOOK MAMA! A GREAT BIG MOTH, LIKE YE SAID, ISS EATING DER CLOTHES , RIGHT OFF DER INSPECTOR.' ^ __ - > INSPECTOR.' VAKE UP/ DOT BIG MOTH , ^ VAS EATING DER " CLOTHES OFF/ ,AA\JVUJita VOI'R l 4i VINO FEATURES SVNDIVA11 In. « ORI.K Kl 111 I s I: I s Kl!\ 1 NOW, GO AHEAD.'APOLOCHIZE TO DER L1DDLE ANCHELS FOR DOT VALLOPING' L— IN ANUDDER MINUTE DER MOTHS VOULD EAT YOU NAKED / DER BOYS VAS RIGHT/ ~ <0 VE DON T VANT A APOLOCWY. MAMA' VE VANT TIT FOR TAT/ frmnm fcccrTttttn iir i * f * ,• / ♦ i *

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

; < • ♦i * r -\ £ ^.•Q-k q \ in PATCAR an PRisS... FAS / MO HJ.W.. .I'M \ \ BOREP... NOTHIN 1HSK.** i . ■<& ► ever nVPESa TO ME sis ■■\i M (W /m >. <ci ^A_v >.<< rL_ / HUH? I ... UH ri<\V fc " pir 2c/y/l L Ccu §*$ t C*1 >TV-— 1 " ' (lUirDtsNn-V ■ l f*« •' 3i?6fil RAS3T think HC KS'CH 33ER 3AR. AN' S*SR i -O.v in Dr WILL POND.. 3 JT, Oh Om*..LOO<A HSRc f /.a •o<?>_iv' tjk.; AiiT HJ?«V U°! H w6AM..AN •\: KINI SiT jj kSOCK. MIS TO OS <>1 H=A3 COTTOSAJODs] CLEAN OPr! AN'head '•WWW ;\\ OPr-' QEE^/m LTT ;Xxj f IANOMH TAtAS or 7. . .US AiN'T ur..s?Tr^ K6E-FORMED AIV NO MORE... A ' 8SER POX AN' 55=5 S'AR.. IN TH' PONJD 7H£N W£\T-•■ ^Kg^PtUMKtr^- vWPr (^y^^5rr/ a •«/ V5.- H\\\V\A . .1 iS THIN<IN , 3555 CON. A^ilPvSy 6SER RASSiT, DAR AIN'T v MSS3S 3s\ SOiN' TO SE NO PS ACE IN A lOwJ IS / -r / J>EAC£ iS WONDSRPUL ■h SOU KClNI ooisjviKjce BOTH SIDES OP IT AT DE Same time • DiS HERE SETTLSNA NT 1 RI<3HT, , 'Til. VOU SEE-FORMS? /"IP BRER TARR...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

LITTLE ANNIE RPoNEY W"""" n*|i(ui j u s. p i«nl oiim WALSH I'M A-THANK IN' YOU, PROFESSOR, ,/ IT WAS A FOR COMING ALL THE WAV FROM .THE SCHOOL OF MINES TO — ROUGH-RlDINl<2 PLEASURE - 7 5 AFTER ALL/YOUR MONEY HELPED BUILD THE SCHOOL-AND I'M GLAD TO GIVE. YOU A GOOD REPORT FROM OUR ASSAVER-, 3k ^THEN I WAS RIGHT J-T THE TAILIN'S FROM/ THE OLD MlKlE ARE VES-lUE ASSAY SHOWS YOU HAVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF ORE LEFT INI THE TAILINGS THAT FROM HERE ON OUT YOU ARE ALL! EQUAL PARDNERS IN THE LITTLE ANNIE MINE - YOU WONT GET - & /I WANT SALVATION ROCK TO BE THE SAME OLD TOWM IT USED TO BE - SOME FOLKS THINK WE SHOULD MAKE IT A NEW, UPTO-PATE ClTy yIT CAM BE A NEW TOWN WITH ALL NEW IDEAS AND GADGETS, OR THE OLD TOWN AS IT WAS IN THE OLD DAYS YOUR VOTE WILL DECIDE TMAT QUESTION ' '(j ■•tmosty GEE, ZERO-1 HOPE THEY MAKE IT JUST LIKE IT USED TO BE-'CAUSE A NEW TOWN MAY BE BRIGHT SHINY, BUT IT WON'T BE SALVATION ROCK 1 m ll-IO msclure. in a if- f . worth wunns kksfuvkd. roffc mm. kin...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

-1 r 0 r # by CH\C YOUNG- n LOOK -NICE CANDY/ THE HOUSF IS FULL OF PYGMiFS LITTLE BITTY PEOPLE / Registered U S f'*ient Off —J3 v l WHO'D LIKE A *v%_ PRETTY BALLOON ?j c; I HATE MYSELF WHEN , i DO THINGS LIKE ( THAT-- BUT I'VE GOT * > TO GET THEM OUT /^OFTHE HOUSE. v V. 1- ITS A SHAME TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEIR LITTLE CHILDISH THINKING, a \ BUT YOU HAVE TO h. THEM ( THERE, NOW! 1 THINK ^ >— THAT'S THE LAST THERE'S A SHORTAGE OF EVERYTHING IN THIS COUNTRY BUT LITTLE CHILDREN THAT'S THE LAST OF THEM I i locked all the DOORS-THE ADULT MIND IS AGAIN TRIUMPHANT HE CANT DO THAT TO US / <■— — «- i. ■ ■ ■.* a U vsV«^.W«Sa "A-"' THEY MUST COME IN THRU THE SCREENS/ GRAB HIM! \ V •^cU\c1 Cop« I94<i, Ki.^1 Features b>inliuU& Inc., Wo. IJ tigpU reserved.

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

TODAY IS UNCLE'S BIRTHDAY j LET'S SURPRISE HIM U ft P.i.ni Olki-i W_ARL \ ibON— B> V Ander HE'LL PROBABLY EAT THE ' WHOLE CAKE,HIMSELF ! GOODNESS -I LL NEED MORE \ /A? QD U Copi I9M, Kti ^ I cjiurci Syndicate lut world rirht> reserve t 3

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

* <• \r . THE LONE RANGER BY BOB GCEEN KrituiricU U. S FWW I DON'T LIKE VOUR SCHEME CON WAV. IF WE SHOOT "MULEY" MASON, WE'LL BE THE FIRST ONES SUSPECTED. AM S3TA8 WE WONT, ARDEN, AND I'LL SHOW VOU S3 ay X" Y 7 VOU SHOOT'MULEY" RIGHT HERE, HALF-WAV DOWN THE CANNON, THEN UNPACK THE MULES AND THROW THE CARGO INTO THE RIV- ER. TURN THE MULES WHY., LOOSE-- JC -- THERE'S AN INDIAN VILLAGE JUST BEYOND THE CANYON. THE REDSKINS FIND THE MULES. THE LAW BLAMES THE INDIANS FOR THE MURDER, WHEN THE MULES ARE FOUND WITH THEM^I I'VE GOTTA HAND IT ID VOU, CONWAY! THAT PLAN'S FOOLPROOF! ME SEE WHAT THOSE J CROOKS DRAW Otp^ TABLE! mjT-vTVKTr ^ ~S PROP. V « Op* 1946 Tiii:.,Lm ■' * r£C(. Distributed W* Kin" rraft'rrr- .'•Sfirtli GITTUM UP, SCOUT! THIS SHOWS "MU LEV'S ROUTE THROUGH THE CANYON! WHAT DOES CONWAV PLAN TO DO AT THE SPOT MARKED V? COME BACK WITH MV TABLE- CLOTH \j i) _ ^— GREAT SCOTT, TONTO \) -71 -A fa CONTINUED .

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

FLASH GORDON u ft p*um4 Qfo— Ti t ilium 3E CAREFUL, DEA&" dale warn s, as plasm revives his cave man poe to make him talk. plasm gr'ns, ^you'pe TELL'HQ ME? AV/S HANDS APE AS ST&QN3 AS/E>ON V/SES / " tme dazed c%'e man w.„m, grunts,* WHY WJU NO me?"plasm savs,V DIDN'T COME TO &GMT YOU. TME /=U&- MEN D/?OVE US /v aEpE. /S Ta/EPE ANY OTH£& WAY OUT o= T/H/S CAVE?" j? £ J/4 '1 one cave man cri es, * EU&-MEN COME /N TUNNEL. h CH/EE WHAT WE DO NOW? plasms captive pleads 'HELP OS S=-<y/?. A<t&V ? " WE A/O Hc/#T you/ LOO* OUT, ELASH, THE CAVE MEA/ APE COM/NG ~ n sao</* dale calls, at plash's quick order hs prisoner shouts, *stay away/" / IJ kang is ordering his RJR- men to invade twe glacier tunnel. "DON'T LET THEM # ESCAPE. &NO THEM- AND K/LL TH£Nf/" plasm welcomes even tmese dubious allies, the1/ marcm to depend the entrance tunnel WEIRD WARFARE. next week: m wort4 rtturft Svrutii aff. Inr I MO ) *

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

VISITORS, OH, ALADDIN, TRA\ EL- 5tamed AND WEN2>:..BUT SAHIBS Cp MPORTANCE...THEY ARRIVED ON A FLYING CARPET/ M *10 U. S PAT. Off ATTEND TO THE NEEDS. 1 V LL SEE THEM WHEN t'-E> '\ E SEEN REFRESHED AND ^'ADE c^'-^aTA3L TRUE, MV \vi5HE5 \ BUT COULD NOT YOUR SLAN E 3 ARE GRANTED B> ADVISE US Cc iNDEED HE DOES, BUT BOYOBOY. HURRY AND GET the slave cf my lamp but t>-at the possible i f'ggerthat by ALADDIN SURE \ D2.ESSED.JTS NOT \ CONSEQUENCE / "SEEING TH CRlTTER- fwESNT MAKE ME 1 CF RELEASING I'LL BLST TH JINX THAT'S ^iSHT TO KEEP OUR HOST WAITING: „■ does okay by Hi5 GUESTS, DON'T HE? \ dogged me since a t fic6t lad eses. on Th' cussed THING. / AN AUTHORITY ^N GEN1! he gene in th's jug?. BE NOT AFRA1D...1T IS BUT THESLANE Op BEARD V MY L\MP COME TO T 1$ "TM£ \n'I6H OP THE SAHIBS TO RELEASE THE GENiE IMPRISONED IN THIS JUG...DO YOU CONSIDER- T ADVISABLE? HERE. B'G BOY TAKE A GANDE HOLY COW / OF A SACRED \ D~0 MY BIDDING V GOAT. \\'HAT ^ A MONSTER/ it MEANWHILE. IN THE TIME-...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

(nts.siemt'soue, &> [ bounding duty/' "rrnffi all my wife thinks vwrtn don't you about 16 dressing*; trv to get her 7a interested ♦ Civ in 6IBLET GRAVY ? do you bellboys leap at every „ . gl&mw.?). i think. we've found the) wonderful! gones op. jsi'll shoot diogenes'/^ BUCK.' ! £w eoTKlS\5 (NAMP/. A^':^ born yni itjk. -js-? BORN HERE ? ^rtovjm?^ *<=<£ hicktoymn .00001 h\. COMt 1T*H iV MfA YOU ASKED FOR IT „ DEAR EDITOR: i asked my eu gal for a klss. she said ™ no. 1 asked why. she said she had scruples. are: THEY CATCHING f V/-5. FRANK FURTER, demtfrmk: x advise vou to wau< from, ohio to canada.^ouu find lake &r*e in tub way, 6ut 30st a\arch on through it/ — EDITOR. mf?. r?ankj foster OUR-BOARDING HOUSE major hoople. (um! mot a yery nice day i for walking -~t'll se{ egad / the world is full op inconsiderate motor ists/ see if x can wangle a .Ride downtown / is this chap 60ing to 1 WANT A v lift,boon >•" thank my name1 walter RAPGAT2/ 1 MN OWN LIMOUSINE IS ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

THINGS HAVEN'T BEEN SO QUIET ON THE HOMICIDE FRONT IN MONTHS, BRANNOCK I CAN'T HELP TMINKIM'OF FLINT, TME LUCKY STIFF! HE'S DOWN SOUTH AT 50ME FANCY LAKE. c . DON'T LOOK NOW, INSPECTOR GROWL, BUT YOUR PHONE'S V RINGING. — \C *•>4 '~c.ai.ph k >- r YES, THIS IS I GROWL, WORSE ArtK ■ERJ Lt LUCK.' A TELEGRAM FOR YOU, INSPECTOR, FROM LAKE MYSTERY: GOOD flSH/NG AND HUNTING. FL Y DOWN OQ THE BIG ONES WILL GET AWAY. SIGNED VIC FLINT. \ fS CALL THE \ •AIRPORT, | BRANNOCK. I'M GONNA HAVE MVSE LP A HOLIDAY^ nr KIND OF GAME DO YOU SHOOT WITH A PISTOL, INSPECTOR ? Meanwhile, Chief Chum and I went out the next morning to board the TW05PQT ■ YOU WERE CHIEF. CLIP RIGHT, LILT OLD MAN HIT HIM AND CLIP PUSHED HIM DOWN THE WELL. THAT DON'T EXACTLY ADMONISH ME, MR. FLINT. V OF COURSE THE- , OLD MAN WAS M DRUNK. Jm MRS. LILT SAW IT AND DIDN'T CALL lOR HELP. DON'T THAT MAKE HER AN AC CELERATOR AFTER v THE FACT? - A \hr-~ OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. SAY, THAT'S NOT BUBBLE IN THAT SPEED- BOAT, IS IT ? - v...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 10 November 1946

T M M« U J PAT Oft BY MARTI BOY, 0,B0YWHKT ft OWY FO« EOOT &HLL 1 REftDY.HOH? 4URIJ Vvi SEEN WfMTtNG FOR H WEEK VOR. LET'S 60 I GOT THE TICKETS ? HUH?...I THOUGHT OVDVYT 1 6WJE THEW TO ... VOO ? L, WHEKi ? LH^T AUGUST 1 BUT 1 GftVE THEM BHCK TO YOU '. REMEMBER ? \AMO,ME?_ „ G06H1. *- v- - <( TTV m" ?• aC*7/ * .' .rft < L' A WELL., DON'T GET EXC\TEO i LOOK AROUND, WE'LL F\ND THEK \ -$v3i I'LL TAKE THE LWINGl ROOM 1 A W. "v • &' a , r trv? ^ F. • u'} /kj ' /***' ffl M x••• vy^vB^pi l£K2?SBBi I'VE LOOKED \M THE *UfcN&C€ ROOM ftWD LAUNDR^xNVY WORK BENCH >«THE TRUNKS «.* UNDER THE. RUGS> ALL. THE UGHT EIX.TURES uu 3AC\< OF- THE CLOCK (VKJO THE MATTRESS, BUT 1 STILL m ovT. CfSN'T FIND \ THfcM THtV PREN'TIN THE GARFsGE EITHER '■ TRY THE MEDICINE CH9lNET_ I WO! THE GPiKE MUST BE NEftRLY OVER1NO, WAIT \w HERE i THtV ARE! fVirO-WWW 1 NO,THESE HRE THE TICKETS V\IE COULDN'T F\ND FOR. LAST VJE\.L(T"H-ft-h4-k GO<=,H, VJE FINALLY FOUND THEM J :i WIHI/A mam lfi OEPR * ...

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