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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 29 March 1935

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Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

??-♦' NO MATTER WHO IS CONCERNED—IT IS THE POLICY OF THIS PAPER TO PRINT THE NEWS, THE PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW ft' I W HERALD W.\V We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County No Friends To Protect or Enemies To Fear f^NO ■ • * —* 19. BORGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1935. "PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAI VOTERS TO DECIDE ONE - HALF CUT IN LIGHT BILLS I Charley Chapman Rushes Into Print For His Po itical Faction Demanding Truth Be Suppressed From People City Manager Would Like Asinine Blunders Kept From Public: Bond Sharks Lick Up Ill-Advised Articles By Administration By L. S. McCANN In the Borger Dally Herald of March 25th, City-Utility Commis- sion Manager Mr. Chapman states 'At it is "a crime that certain J^iblications be allowed to publish half truths in the interest of po- litical faction." Mr. Chapman would like to have had us suppress the news of the asinine blunder of his faction in getting Borger into its present predicament under which it must operate by a Unted Sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

PAGE TWO «■ • * HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 HUTCIilNSON COUNTY HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1935. LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 | |>ix Months ; 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQunty wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas K. .1. Pick*ns, 84th District Judges >V. L. Kelly, District Clerk Is'orman Coffee, County Judge Kussell C'. Brown, County Clerk 'X). T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney. Pan Hardee, Sheriff Prank Caudill, Treasurer .... • Oua Manahan, C<junt> Superintendent of Schools TOlielby Chiaum, County Surv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

• ' "r .. - . ' MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD T PACE THREE 4 CHEAP ELECTRIC RATES CERTAIN HERE IF CITY VOTERS ELECT CANDIDATES ON CITIZENS' TICKET Harry Willis, commissioner, I irn* tu submit amendment to any RESIDENTS URGED TO VOTE STRAIGHT TICKET TO ELECT BACKERS OF LOW RATES; L. A. "AL" THOMPSON, HENRY "COL." KNIGHT, EMBRY HOL1 C. C. McCLELLAmj AND JOHN R. MILLER did not pay a single dime. No, not one. Churley Chupman, city man- ager, paid ? 12.50—the first time he has paid taxes since coming to Borger. B. K. Anderson, commissioner, has paid a total of $187.00 in existing charter and in the absence of such petition, said body may on its own motion, and shall upon thu petition of at least ten per cent of the qualified voters of said city submit any proposed amendment or amendments to such charter. '1'he ordinance providing for the In his letter to the HERALD ho points out the importance to any utility company attempting tc offer competition to the Panhan- dle Pow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

HUTCH INSON COUNTY IIERALD X hi attacks gmmEs. N. C. WITCHER IN ABBRESS era will be elected bv an over- whelming majority Over the pres- you to call to my attention any- thing they have dor..* to assist in (he reduction of utility rates. I'll tell you- nothing. Oil have done one thin*—Jake Stahl, J this suggestion are: Charley Chapman and Mayor Rob- uson did drive to Bartlesviile to consult with the Phillips Petrol- eum company engineer about a reduction of the water rates, but the engineers said no'hing doing. and that was the end of that. "You could stay and live in Attacking the Panhandle Power and Light company and Judge W. C. Witcher with sting- tog f statements, John R. Miller, former mayor and at present can- didate for city commissioner, Fri- day night in American Legion ha)il spoke in his interest and in this interest of other candidates running on the same ticket for the April 2 municipal election. His audience applauded frequently. Joseph H. Aynesworth, for a Ions period ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

i" ; •! > 1 ! v ■ ' ■wMfiiiiiiiaK8M PAGE JKIVE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1935 * >j f. iJ *'■ 'Wi*1 ■ ">■' N wMMZk ft !. ••• * jgf >j|/ '.is*** . - „ ' v. ?; >r •-% £g Si TO MY FRIENDS AND VOTERS OF BORGER W§Bgm& '■ 4% * ?1 # a " 5? • ! •' '. . iV'-v-i/'.; r ■ ' ■ ' V - v, ;/; • - a- •• • "■ IF, " IS .-■ SlfeJ ' • 8^kiW.r3 J&k „ ■T'vV <na*&SHiumH« « ■m- gutis mzw.' ,4-v:« ^v^S&pi ■ "This will probably by my last iressage to the voters of B r?er b; ore ;he electior next Tuesday, and 1 ta'^e this opportunity to extend to each and every friend nr. y sincere thanks for 'the in ierest they have taken in my behalf as a candidate for City Com- missioner, and I want them and the public to know that I shall evrr remember tham tor their loyalty and their personal efforts in the fight to deliver our City Government from the control of the utility company to that of the people, where it so rightfully and justly belongs. "There are 10 candidates f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 1 April 1935

•; := HUTCHISON COUNTY H5RALD MONDAY, 'APRJL 1, 193& WHAT WANT! lk \ * ''4^«sea^' Jl :■::; :•:•:•■■■ ■::•■: ■:• % '.: H : v 5 B'; ■ <-* - ■ , • IK, : W J ■ fL/d ifm&M 'A ■■ W/j : ■*.". !SS&ffljA On April 2nd the voters in the City of Borger will have the opportunity to go to the polls and vote a secret ballot for what they want, and this right should be justly appreciated by every citizen who is interested in securing a "square deal" and an economical administration of the city's affairs. The City of Bor- ger could well be (classed with an individual who has certain obligations and business negotiations coming up at all times. In the administration the citizens should have confidence and feel that their interests and welfare are looked after with security and not feel that their administration was working against them by letting a power company dictate and run the city's affairs in their own in- terests. Such has been the case during the past two years as we all know,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

The Hutchinson County Herald We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County VOL. >V#NO. 20. BOKGER- STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 19.35. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT NEW CITY COMMISSION WILL TAKE OFFICE MONDAY 9 Religion Forms Theme Of Talk At Presbytery 150 ATTEND BANQUET FOP CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY PROGRAM GIVEN REPORTS FEATURE OF TWO—DAY CHURCH MEETING "Practical Religion from tho fci-man'i Viewpoint" wan the ?3pie discussed by B. C. Shulkey as about on* hundred • and fifty people attended the Amarillo Pres- bytery banquet at the Christian church Wednesday evening. Dr. Hoytt Boles of Tuiia spoke on "Practical Religion from the Pas- tor's Viewpoint." "The church is not living up to its possibilities in exemplifying the Christian Life," Shulkey stat- ed. He then listed some of the at- tributes of a true Christian - Conviction, Honesty, Reverence, Industry, Sacrifice and Tolerance. "A person has to live with true religion as his viewpoint to have the right conception of life,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Friday April 5 H):M HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S. McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher ""Entered as second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. , __ Hp - Subscription Rates One Year — ' $1.50 Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of ,,,,,, „,tv„ lv w Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the j otwits' buildings are of fire-resistive construction. Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. j Dust Menaces Country ollars and soon communicate to the entire house. This an be prevented by a ceiling in the cellar of cement blaster on metal lath, extending across from foundation lo foundation. The door at the head cf t|ie ^tairs should be of sufficiently heavy construction to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

' FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935 sMma&gm HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE THREE GIRL SCOUT LEADERS ATTEND Appetizing Dishes Cooked On Camp Fire * DEMONSTRATION HIKE TUESDAY yr 'NT' >ur back ^ snack ' Strap your pac With a sandwic^' And we'll take to^T!ori-oad with a song— Thru the brush—thru the brake When the day is first awake Then the Girl Scouts go hiking along." With the coming of spring, thoughts of Girl Scouts turn to liikiig. Many valuable points in < ut door cookery and the conduct- ing of hikes were stressed at the planned for members of the (liii Scout Leaders' Association Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. H. A. hi'ltlon, program chairman, as- j l<d bv Mrs. O. L. Bell. El Reno Ice Co. Announces Sale HARRIS FOOD STORE IN BORGER CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY Church Banquet Attended By 150 hundred fifty persons at- tended the Amarillo Presbytery Of Coupon Books men's banquet at the Christian jchurch last night and heard an HarriB Food Store in Horger celebrates its first annive.rsar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

Wlm i PAGE FOUR HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD lYi.ti.y April 'S. IO;|T>. m ■ Black And Tan Minstrel Announced Tonight As Girl Scout Benefit; Local Talent To Feature Program High School Band To Lead Parade Down Main Street Before Show; Songs, Dances, Jokes To Provide Entertainment A I'.ack and Tan Minstrel Show for the benefit of the Rorger Girl Scout organization will be held at 8:15 Fiiday night at the Borger high school auditorium, under the direction of C. O. Dillard a^J Cortez Sutton. "We have some grand talent on the program and it Looks like one of the best shows we've ever had here," Dillard said. LEAGUE Religion Headed by the Borger high snhool band and the Girl Scouts, a parade will form at 7:30 and march down main street to the high school. The first part of the program will consist of the minstrel proper, with Bill Coffee acting as inter- locutor. The second half will con- sist of radio "try-outs" in which the local boys and girls attempt to make good before two Harlem prod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

KHcIhj April B 1085 west texas leaders anticipate chamber of commerce session p.^Ians underway to make convention at PLAINVIEW IN MAY OUTSTANDING AFFAIR; TAX'&ION, AGRICULTURE, TERRITORIAL DE- VEi^rMFNl TO BE TAKEN UP 9* Wy?«tWX BENTLEY, Chairman Editorial Board West Texas Today The 1 it35 goneral convention of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce is five weeks away. Dales are Monday, Tuesday, Wed- nesday, May 13, II, ,15. Host city is Plainview. Plaits,'are •attiring on a half- dozen fronts to make the conven- tion notable, in the number of paid registrations, number of towns represented, in color, and - must important — in quickly gelling to the heart of what west Texas needs most for its prosper- ity and development and in form- ulating a program of work calcu- lated to meet those needs. The organization's 1935-3G year, from cunvi-nt ion to convention, then will he devoted to carrying out the program laid down as the membership's mandate at Plain- view. The Westex Chamber is no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

IBS ijH iVjrTly HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 5, J935. L J A/ tr Y <r !{k^^? •7f^. as" Produce Prices Good Friday, Saturday and Monday Oranges ; 4 5N* ANOTHER TRUCK LOAD OF THOSE SWEET AND JUICY LEMONS Sunkist, Doz CARROTS Bunch ONIONS Fresh, Bunch RADISHES Bunch SPINACH Pound BEANS Fresh Green, Lb. Apples " "31 £ EXTRA LARGE 88 SIZE DELICIOUS DOZEN FILLET HADDOCK BONELESS NO WASTE, LB. OYSTERS Large Fresh Pint HOI BARBECUE ll'tu ,,2k SALT MEAT Beef or Pork, Lb./ Streak of Fat and Streak of Lean, Lb. POTATO SALAD L. 15c SAUSAGE ITPork: 19c STEAK Lb.' om Be f 20c BUTTER FRESH CREAMERY EVERY POUND GUARANTEED lb. 2 9c SALT MACKERAL WHITE FISH Large Fat Ones, Each Family Fish, Each 15c 10c EICON csr;, Lb. BACON Sliced Breakfast, Lb. 28c 35c - ' > K 20c CHOPS LB. Fresh and Lean 2 or 2Vz Lb. average, Lb. P O If K 19c ROAST LB Fresh and Lean FRYERS SANDWICH SPREAD Lb. 29c 23c PEANUT BUTTER MINCE MEAT ZZ'U Fresh Stock, Lb. 19c 25c CHEESE KRAFT'S FULL CREAM ELKHORN lb. 17c HOS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL B, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Thiawi, rf nummniMiiH t- ^ Hour Bin YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. WHY CHANCE HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiii,urn,inn,mm WITH AN INFERIOR BATTERY WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD $^55 NOW FOR THEATRE .. P ASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will give away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough to receive two free passes. iiimiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiit iiinmiui'iii milium PENNSYLVANIA HOTEL EDNA DUNCAN, Prop. Under New Management ACCOMODATIONS: For Regular and Transient Guest Hom>e Away From Home" SPRING IS ^jpOR unusua...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

w* AGE EIGHT t ' "-f.'V- HUTCHINSON] COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 5, Seen For Soil Erosion Control love As Severe Dust Storms Sweep From West Throughout Entire Nation Survey Reveals Large Areas Of Cultivated Land Ruined By Wind; Eight Million Acres Seriously Damaged In Texas Pan- handle Alone. i i U m * most valuable resource, its j | i i odiietive soil, and also what can j be done to save laud already ill- umed. < | *Vird erosion Is of compara- tively recent origin. Before the ! uetural protective covering of I ! plains land was removed for the I giowlng of crops, no such prob- lem arose. But the exposure of ! the land and the lack of knbwl- •rti" as to how to protect such ;' latul, together with oioutli per-1 iciis which have aggravated the j STINNETT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Martinez and son returned the first of the week from a few days visit at their former home at Edinburg, Texas. The Larky Cafe is undergoing spring house cleaning this week. The ceiling and walls are being re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935. — : < >Ui I !■ m m HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD mum JACK BRpWN WE ARE READY NOW IN OUR NEW HOME W. G. "SLIM" STANTON >t'i'fJM I I s —Photo by Worthing Studio The man who brought bet- ter cleaning and hatting to Borger. Jack will personal- I ly supervise the care and cleaning of every garment you send us. "Pride in his work" has been his best asset. MANY OF YOU Know L. S. Cummins. He wants his friends to know how much he appreciates past patronage and looks forward to continued hap- py relations. KSZZXS tc&sm With new and larger quarters, added facilities to give you the finest dry cleaning possible, we have added automobile pick-up and delivery service. In our new plant we are prepared to turn out that emergency job you need in a rush, without slighting the work or in- juring the garment. aHHUUM Ladies will appreciate having silk and woolen arc ,es returned without shrinking or being out of shap- V e return them the size they should be and with il the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 5 April 1935

OLEOMARGARINE Golden Crust Pound 16c CANNES FRUITS Harris Food Store $45.00 FREE MERCHANDISE GIVEN AWAY A $3.00 Basket of groceries will be given to the person living fartherest distance away from Borgei^J who makes purchases during this sale. Register^ your distance at the store. A $3.00 baasket of groceries will be given to the person purchasing the largest amount of groceries during the sale, April 5th through April 11th. Save your grocery tickets. EVERYONE HAS A CHANCE A free basket of groceries will be given av/ay each hour Saturday beginning at 6 a. m. through 9 p. m. Each baskte contains over $3.00 worth of groceries. Peaches, Pears, Blackberries, or Apricots, Solid Pack, Gal._ DDIIII EC Fresh I II(111CO Oregon, Gal. CHERRIES Red Pitted, Gal. 49c iVPSARy Mrs. Housewife, get ready for the greatest food sale ever held in Borger. We cele- brate our 1st Anniversary in Borger with a store-wide sale, bringing unheard of low prices on quality foods, not only on a few sp ecials but o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

f The Hutchinson Count" Herald / We Get Results! OTr~ —NO. 21. %AL ACT1V1TB wT^.cS,b.2S„, OF SCHOOL YEAR HERE ANNOUNCED Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County HOKGER- .T1NNETT, TEXAS? FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 19357 ANNUAL EXHIBITS ARE SCHEDULED FOR MAY 3 105 GRADUATES SENIORS TO PRESENT SPRING PLAY APRIL 19 More than twenty-five dollars in proceeds were taken in at the play, "Last Half-Day of the Dis- trict School," which was given at: the courthouse in Stinnett Fri- day evening. Twenty characters dressed in • unique attire and displaying ; i quaint characteristics and man-! 1 ners kept the large audience in. CITY HALL GETS CLEANING AFTER DADS TAKE OATH STREET CLEANER SOLE SURVIVOR OLD ORDER IS throughout the play. an itpr. ar Tho play, which had been put I on a short time ago at Plemons by members of the Gulf Gewhitt, home demonstration club mem-1 bers, was a decided success, ac- cording to those who. attended. Proceeds from the evening s entertainment are to be used in sending delegates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1928 LLOYD S. McCANN, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter-January ~7~ 1927, at Poatoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 1879. Subscription Rates I'One Year fl.&O (Six Months 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a county-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. Directory of Officials, Hutchinson Co., Texas E. J. Pickens, 84th District Judge Canadian W. L. Kelly, District Clerk Stinnett Norman Coffee, County Judge Stinnett Russell C. Brown, County Clerk Stinnett O. T. (Jack) Lackey, County Attorney Borger Dan Hardee, Sheriff Borger Frank Caudill, Treasurer Borger Ona Manahan, County Superintendent of Schools Stinnett Shelby Chisum, County Surveyor - Stinnett Arthur Huey, Tax C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

t IPeJI FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935. N. Y. SHOW CROWDS TEST FORD 'RIDE' I HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE phinc, withstood a detcrnilnttU as- sault by Mr.'and Mrs. Sims in yes- terday's play and brought their adavntage to 14,720 points at the end of the 133rd rubber. Early T ! in the night the Simses had cut Billy Brooks. | the lead to 10,210 points, only t<3 Song, "The Stars and Stripes," !have the Culbertsons start a new Class. r' j upward swing that gave them a| Heading, "Her Views On House- not gain fur rm- day of 1,020 j keeping," Shirley .loan Dick. |)< ilits. Heading. "Changing Wishes," Today, for the first time since , Wilbur Drake. bveu arranged: i Playlet, "Tho Little Gossips," I'iano duet, "Waltz Brilliant." Shirley Jean Dick and Shirley Reading, "The Swing"—Shirley , Walker. Walker. 1 Piano Duet, "Sing, Birdies, Reading, "The Waterrnlllion," |Sing," Dori: Lathrop, Blllie Ma- Stella Dathrop Crowds which thronged Grand Central Palace for the opening of the New York Automobi...

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