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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

WEATHER WEST TEXASi Partly cloudy to cloudy, •lightly wumit this afternoon and loniflhil occasional raine a t of Pecoc river Wed- nesday. iB&fQtf $£W$~$l£talit Borger Stores Will be Closed Monday, Noy. 11, in Observ- ance of Armistice Day. THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 300 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Tuesday, November 12, 1946 (Six Pages Today) Price 5c 'Cops And Robbers' Game Ends In Fatal Shooting Of 13-Year-0ld Boy Here A boyhood pame of "Cops and Robbers endod in tragedy here Sunday afternoon when Junior Howard Kerr. 13. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Kerr of the Alexander camp near Bor ger. was killed. Two brothers. Junior Howard and Johnnie Edward Kerr, were playino around and behind a pile of boxes in the garage at their home, and Junior was armed with a cap pistol while his 15 year old brother, Johnnie Edward, held a single barrel shotqun. Deputy Sheriff Jess Love, investigating, reported. The shotgun, the boys believed, was not loaded; howe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

jftr A Ij THE borgoi news herald Crude Production Number Two '4j>lUh«4 at 205 North Main Strcat. Border Tp*« f ry •v«niiv ' ept Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publishing .npany Inc.. PublUhort. .. C. Phillips ... Editor and Managai 1 >n Year ... $11.00 N" MontlM $.7J "•Are* Months 3.0C Weakly .. "I"""" .25 Entered ai tecond-clai* matter November 23. 1926. at the Po«« Office at Borger. Te* t under th« Act ol March I. „ The Associated Prat* la encluiivaly entitled to the u«e ot republi *tion ol all « • •« Hiipatche* credited to it or not otherwise Page 2—Borger. (Te*a*> Newt-Herald—Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1948 i,805,860 Barrels TEXAS f 0 D A Y Panhandle Veterans To Be Certified in Amarillo This Week By JACK RUTLFDuE Associated Press Staff These advertisements in the >aper about pens that write undo . vater and watches that no mattei how deeply itttmcsod keep o,i ticking have intrigued many prae- ;t'cal souls. Who «ntes letters m the bath- tub? Who keeps his watch i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

^Woman'b (Pagi Assignments Read At Methodist IPag* 3—Borger. tTex.is,' News-Herald -Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1946 COIlfGrBIlCG Itobert Fulton built one of the krlicst submurincs. Sf>* I WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you teei I punk as the dickens, brings on stomach lupset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, I take Or. Caldwell's famous medicine I to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in- Inards" and help you fael bright and I chipper again. DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sen- na laiative contained in good old Syrup [ Pepsin to make it so cany to take. itANV DOCTORS use pepain prepara- ftions in prescriptions to make the medi- cine more palatable and agreeable (o lake. So be sure your laxative is con- tained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON OIL CALDWELL'S—the fa- vorite of millions for 50 years, and feel i that wholesome relief from constipa- [ tion. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. dr. caldwell's *t3ENNA LAXATIVE C0™,H,0 ,H SYRUP PEPSIN "Capiain of Castile" Reviewed At Meeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

P«9* 4—Borger ii xai N ^s-Herald—Tueadny. No*, li. IS4b |Qrge That Army Phillips-Canadian Game Saturday Consider Bid To Determine ? ■ A 'rid Champion To Rose Bowl Odessa Trample'; Sweetwater 3'M3 On The Sidelines... By The Associated Prm Tho 1918 football championship i H cUttvlft 2-A will be at stake Saturday afternoon at Black - hawk stadium i Phillips when the Hawks entertain Bill Crotm and his Cimadwti Wildcats. This will be tin- final game of the 1946 regular eason for Phil- lips i nd their last home nppen'- OdessnV mighty Bronchos rolled i-noe ci the year. A scheduled over Sweetwater .13-19 yesterday ' «*€ with Spearman was pan- to virtually sew up the champion- tcHcu whin the upstate team was ship of district 3 un<< to establish ionjed to abandon football earl, themselves firmly as No. 1 in the '"the sea*on. Texas schoolbov football lace. ' The fame with Canadian wat* At the same time B reek en ridge postponed front Friday to giv - was moving farther in front in the wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

1—SPECIAL NOTICES BOOKKEEPING and Payroll Service intuitu lux i toorts prepared and tiled Moffltt Bnokkt i pint Service. MaTi North Main. Koumit ID and lL_175-261c PHOTOSTATIC COPIES Dlack and • Into, and Blueprint work o< all type* 1 day tarvlca Phona I — Ottlc* iupply Houm. _ 221-dh WE REPAIR all mlkti typewriter* and «<H:ny innrhln>k. Ph"..n b tor prompt I, and guuranteed iervlc«. The Otflca Supply. , SPECIAL NOTICE U >ou Uve in or near Burner you can net tile Amarillo Times delivered to /our dooi by carrier. Phone Hi Ama- .lUo Time* Circulation Department lu forger 189-Wtdii SPECIAL NOTICE If you do not receive vour Amarillo I'lmea, Phone 82 Amarillo Time* Cir- culation Department In Borger 189-Mtdh SEWING MACHINES REPA1RLU: Guaranteed work, pre-war prices Vour sewing machine adjusted in your home. ♦1.00. J. D, Owen. 203 Krontera. Huna- vlsta. Phone 1011. 274-20tp MONEY Before you borrow, see us! Signature — Auto — Collateral Quick — Courteous — Confidential Texas Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 12 November 1946

Poge 6 THE BORGER (TEXAS) N£WS*HERALD Tuesday, November 12, 1.94 ui iwg ATOMIC HASH "SHOP DUNLAPS--YOUR STORE! SENSATIONAL SAVINGS!^^BH|||fe VALUES GALORFi big SSSf stiush rM-i. h ve b<ihe b**1 dver i««d 4,#S5\ « 8ie 50 Values 5,4.95 Vo* « te-gf oBuern& ■ u«ct ' $29.95 V«> " I ,€|i 3bv® $T _ r- DUNLAP GIGANTIC NOVEMR Boys' Wool MACEINAVS Cold weather favorites in Blue, Bed, and Brown Plaids Also solid Blue or Brown. Reg. $7.98 and $8.95 Values Beg. $9.60 and $10.95 Values M ir 7iv*wf fr Boys' Western Style BLUE JEANS We offer 150 pairs of these fine quality, copper riveted jeans as a special attrac- tion. Buy tomorrow and savel fc\ LADIES' * SHOES On* lot in a choice of hlgii or low heel styles. Calf or patent leather. Black or brown. Values to $6.95 Boys' Cotton BIB-ALLS Practical Utile «a r- menl« tdeal far pl y or •chool we# r. Small •iaai, •! « 4 ll. V«li to $1 SAVE!-on COATS These fine coats are taken from our regular, newly arrived slock and offered at this tremendou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

I IF. I hij uei i I*- i Hi 111 i] t<_ A |o\' he C 1 I to i V I 1 WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Mostly cloudy, slowly rli- aw temperature ihit. iiurr.cvri tonight i.-.j Thursday; occasional rain tonight and Thursday. IBotQtt Jfeufc-fteMil ★ THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD * Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phont Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20—No. 301 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Wednesday, November IS, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) Price 5c News-Herald Reader Questions Safety And Practicability Of Proposed Airport Location LETTER TO THE EDITOR Borger, Texas Nov. 13. 194C Editor Borger News-Herald Borger, Texas Dear Sir: After much deliberation, I have decided to write this letter pro- testing the proposed site of the new airport. Hutchinson county citizens are to be recommended for Iheir far sightedness in voting fa- vorably on the question of a quarter million dollar bond issue but let's have some clear thinking in deciding upon the location. In order to assume their righ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

I -"...-'J Texan Acting Head Of Farmers' Agency In U. S. Government WASHINGTON, Nov. 13—4,4 >— Rvi-Kwiy of Atriculw* A inter- mjh has announce.! {!>•• nnnt of Jesse B. Gilmer oj Texn t as acting administrator of the production and marketing admin istratiof. of the agriculture de- partment. Anderson said Gilmer will head the agency until a new adminis- trator is named to succeed Robert H Shields who "resigned ult month. Gilmer ha* been on leave ! from hi* po«t a* deputy adminU- ; uaior since July. In June. 1B42, Gilmer wa* 1 j named farm •pcuritv adminl*tra«- or for the West Texan w'th I eft ices in AmarlUo. Previously! j.V had served o* aMistant FSA i director lor the area. Pag* ]—Borgtr. (Tex«) N wt-H«r«ld—Wednesday. No*. 13, 1946 * Mackenzie Column NO HISE IN CITRUS JUICE PRICES SEEN MCAIXKN. Tex., Nov l.t-oV —J. Oyenjiy Smith of Wesiaco. : executive secretary of the Texas Canners asocial ion, said today he saw no pro ject for a rise in citru juice price* following tie; Teac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

unneis h • ■a OITlCtn & (rci(|£ Features Pupils Wayne Lanham on November 17 Page 3— Borger. (T«xb ) Newi-Heraid—Wfdnotday, Nov, 13IM,1 Of Mrs. Turner "Tom Thumb Wedding" Thursday Nighl At Phillips High School Forrest Wiley will officiate at the "Tom Thumb Wedrtinjt" pre- sented by the kindergarten de- partment of the Phillips Methodist church at 7:45 p. m. Thursday in the auditorium of Phillips high school. Tickets to the entertainment may be purchased from mothers of the children taking part, or at the door. Proceeds front the affair will be used for equipment for the kin- dergarten room of the Phillips Methodist church. Church Circle Meets In Jim Davis Home Mr*. Jim Davis was hostess to the Susan Anderson Circle of the First Baptist church recently at her home, 2407 Third, Phillips. Devotional was Riven by Mrs. B. M. Gilliam. Mrs. Don H.vdcr was in charge of the social hour, dur- ing which refreshments were ser- ved. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. L. 13. Vance. Prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

i Cn«in|Muii m|* HOUSTON. Nov. Ray- mond Serrano, 144-pounder Uom Houston, today is the Texas wel- ; tor weight boxing champion, but | it took the nod of a referee to de- cide a close buttle here last night with Johnny Dabbs. Judge1- ruled the ten round ' bout a draw but ;; It.tcr that a championship fiuht j cannot be called a draw and tliat the referee's decision should be the deciding factor. Referee Pepper Smith ruled in Serrano's favor, bv a slight mar- gin. ELIZONDO WINS AGAIN SAN ANTONIO, Nov 13—(/Pi— I Tony Kluondo. Texas welter- veight champion from Corpus Christi, took n unanimous 10- round decision from Southern Middleweight Champion Bobby llritton of Miami, Fla., before a packed house here last night. Poodles Grab Lead in Conference After Defeating Nixon Team 12-0 Arms Arsenal of Son Antonio May Be Moved SAN ANTONIO. Nov. 1 —«V- The San Antonio Express said to- day It had received information from Washington that the Small Aims Arsenal. located in San An- tonio for nearly...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

n Eastland, Texas h Permanent Home lake success, n. y., nqv. 131 _op) — An invitation from the! hambcr of commerce at Eastland, ex., will be among the bids re-1 eived for permanent home-site of i he United Nations when the' vorld organization's headquarters ommittee meets today to consider he long pending problem. Although offers have been re- j •ived from 19 states, delegates1 ere in general agreement that le field has been narrowed to ive sites. They are Westchester county. N. „ New York City, San Francis- >. Boston and Philadelphia. The Eastland invitation was re- eived at United Nations head- uarters on March 18. OF LIFE YES MEN NEW york, IJpV. 13—i/Pk— The Quiz Kids and other brain trusters have nothing on the an*- ver men at the Bronx Zoo's ques* ion house. Of the 9,573 questions put by 2,133 visitors who ttopped at the o'\se duri g the year ending last Monday, all but 214 queries were tnswered immediately. And these questions were answered later by mail. Roy's New Picture ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

mil uunuLii nLno-niiiiALU m< H< tei it ci< vi bo lit ca thi till Se Sit EL To \\X' Ch rot Mi Br pa. back fr«m other land*, whtrt America 'I still reaarded by th i ommon mo<)1m h thf beecon light to a ecure world. tl l)k' let r Hit , (1 Another cutclinq attitude to on* (riihlly returned—an atti- tude most o..en met *n bar- rooms, il l true—i that "We ahould give Russia m«re muscle and less conversation." Thi* war talk would "hock the average European right out of Published at 20S North Main Street. Boryer, Texas every evening •ice pt Saturday, and on Sunday n .nincj by Panhandl* Publishing Company. Inc.. Publisher*. light to scoure world. - • ... ! «• r J. C. Phillips, Editor and Manager On* Year $11.00 Houxinu, f'""l and clothing Bin Months : 1.71! hortuge* appear to have made Three Month* ___ 3.0C v«rybudy individually a bit m®ro Month ____ 1.10 put ;i t-i.iko on t liari* w**kiy _ 411 impulses. The philosophy of "I'll- Eniered as second class mailer November 23, 1926. a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 13 November 1946

Ptf« t—Borger. iTtKU) News-Herald—Wednesday. Nov. 13, 1146 Kiekbuich Flowers Are Perfect Meant Of Expressing Thoughts AT HOME IN ITS NEW LOCATION Ffmous Texaco Product* Featured of Gunn Bros. Tire Co., 500 S. Main "With holiday* tumbling one on t"P of another this full and win- ter. choosc a gift of flowers t-j I vM express your thoughtfulneas. Wc «re prepared to supply you with the flowers you define for c very festive ocentkm. Whether i' bo a wedding or n dinner party -•we'll tk-siPn Iho fl'>rnl decor ntions." Kiekbusch Flowers. You v. ill always fiiul Kiekbusch 1 lower* it-., n . ified t > :ncet your needs. A complete se- lection of lovely eor«aj£es and handsome boutonniems for twv occasion can always oe found t!iok\ Mrs. J. F. Kiekbusch j tuundfd her buKlncw early thll | .tear, and had the formal open In,; of her *hop on 14 April. Sinco that time, she has built an envi- able reputation for serving the floral needs of her many friends i and customer* with pleasing and promp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

119 WEATHER WEST TEX A3: Pauiy cloudy anil warmer this afternoon and tonight. Friday partly Cloudy and mild. fUMft Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 302 NEA Scrvicc TIRES LIE ROTTING IN PACIFIC Associated Press Borger, Texas, Thursday, November 14, 1946 (Sixteen Pages Today) Prica 5c a- h,. . J® <*&■ ji «*S5r^*2r W.Ai. -«•« VMMIH Veterans, Accused of Publishing Atomic Bomb Pictures, Released Small Nations Buck World Powers in Battle of Veto Atomic Energy Group Prepares Council Report Jr Thousands upon thousands of unused surplus tires lie rotting where they have lain for more than a year, deteriorating in the sun, rain and salt spray of Okinawa, now too weatherbeaten for use. They are part of the five billion dollars worth of Pacific Island equipment which the government recently handed over to China as part payment of the "Yuan Debt." (Official U. S.Army Photo from NEA Telephoto) Big-4 Relationsh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

• •* * Rage Two THE BORGER (1EXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, November 14, 1946 ^ -tr^' * A Message To The People: : ■; "i-f■ - % , Worthwhile Reading For Every Thinking Person In This Area! Local 351. International Union of Operating Engineers, representing the employees of Phillips Petroleum Company in this area are giving serious consideration to striking. The Union is being forced into this position by the Company's refusal to negotiate a general wage increase for all employees under our jurisdiction in this urea. The Company has also refused to meet the union in general negotiation of other basic issues affecting all employees equally. This messaqe is of concern to everyone in Hutchinson County. The working man and his family is by far the greater segment of what is generally called "the Public" but we want ALL PEOPLE to know what the worker and his organisation is faced with and how they feel about it. Our organization embodies representatives from business organi- zations. civic c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Hie .Miaki nor a snake. It's if> neither *lu;-. lcslo?s lizard. COLD BUG mm? help ease ACHING CHEST MUSCLES I Peyt J—byiyei, (TvAtik) Newk-Hwrdld—Thui day, Nov. 14, 104b Rotary Ann Club Officers Installed Dinner Given Tuesday by Rotarians _ Y\/f RUB ON ^ MENTHOLATUM ft/to*! Whenever he 'Senator Taft hears the words "international co- j operation" he reaches for an ' amendment. : —Sen Alben W. Berkley <D Kentucky. It Pays To Shop .... J\t Jartcf&ei^A -fit1/ je et I I! i ★ STYLE-TESTED * FADEPROOF ★ FLAME RESISTANT * CLEANABLE ★ and NO IRONING NECESSARY Only $149{ N Per Set 1 ( Set Includes: 1 PAIR DRAPES 2V£ yards long-58V^ inches wide and 2 EXTRA LONG MATCHING TIE-BACKS LINDSEY 910 North Main FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 561 Rotary Anns sat back and watched their husbands, the Ho-! tarians. entertain them with an -unusually clever and interesting. program arranged by Charles j j. Warner and the program commit -; tee when members i.f the Rotary club were hosts at a Indies' Nieht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Page Tour THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, November 14, 1946 I Easl Ward Study Group Has Meeting In School Library East Ward Parent Education study club met recently in the School library. Mrs. John Poffard ,led the dis-1 cussion topic "Counseling With Our Adolescents," in the absence of Mrs. W. A. Paxton. Room mothers present were Mr«. Cecil Gibson, M^s. L. H Edwards, Mrs. R. L. Kimbell. Mrs. Hettie Cooper, Mrs. W. H. Valentine,Mrs. H. L, Dunn, Mrs. Archie Posey, Mrs. John Poffard, Mrs. R. R. Braden. ■ in ■ ii ■ ■ Sanford P-TA Has New Officers PIE ILISTED GROCER Officers were elected and in- stalled at a recent meeting of Ihe newly organized Parent -Teachers association at Sanford. Mrs. H. L. Teegerstrom was named president, Mrs. Eber Henderson, vice-pres- ident; Mrs. H. M. Eldridge, sec re-, tary; and Mrs. Ellsworth Jones, treasurer. Following the election, the in-, stallation service and charge of of- ficers was directed by Mrs. Hugh Cypher, district representative of Bor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

■Thursday, November 14, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Page Five Place Kicktr % 4^- m- NjfcL,.*'JSr / J PUREX babo 3 CANS ONLY glo-coat CA. BROOMS PRICES GOOD FRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES nmm CELERY Johnson's QT. Our Leader 5-Tie EACH Golden Heart Paschal BUNCH FRUITS VEGETABLES 12 THESE SPECIALS GOOD ONLY AT THE FOLLOWING PANHANDLE ASSOCIATED GROCERS SHAW & HOLCOMB GROCERY 103 North Main Phone 1911 No. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS 10 LB. Mesh Bag WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 1 323 South Main Phone 481 McCQRD BROS. GROCERY 618 South Main Phone 616* GUftPES Red Emperor POUND 0STR0M-FITE GROCERY Phillips Phone 650 HOLT S FOOD STORE 806 North Main Phone 455 1 * . \ ' '' ■ • ' /i 4- -V . DON WILLIAMS APPLES LATIMER GROCERY 708 Maple Road Phone 413 W acm. INGTON DELICIOUS LB. CUT-RATE GROCERY Phillips Phone 380 PEANUTS Fresh Roasted New Crop Lb. ONtONS FLOYD'S GROCERY 920 South Main Phone 552 WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 2 324 North Harvey Phone 299 I* ' ,, 1 No. I W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Knee Injury Forces Flannagan to Leave Texas A.&M. Squad I .HI I ;{v" COLLEGE STATION,Te*.. nov. HwW)— Marion Flannafan, Tex-1 as A & M's halfback and field general, has turned in his uni- form and will not play football ii^ain this season. _ Coach Homer Norton announc- ed yesterday tha' the team phys- ician had udvi:ed F!arm;tj*an to forego any more football os a re- sult of a reinjury to his trick knee in the Southern Methodist game. Flannagan first Injured his knee in the 1943 Texas game. Because of it he was denied admission to West Point in 1944. Ready for Tigers ai Elecira Saturday Night FORMER MISSIONARY DIES HILLSBORO, Tex., Nov. 14—1 Of)—Funeral services were held at Paris yesterday for Mi** Alice D. Bryan. 82, former teacher in llillsboro and Paris schools and fan tier misKionmy to Japan. She died in a Waco hospital Monday night. She was a native of Spring Hill, Tim. You Can Open Your Own Stor« Now! The National Success Plan makes available thousands of items of fas...

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