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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Wine, 5ih 39c & 48c WINES & UO Walker's Imperial—5th. Reg. 3.82 2.89 Three Frathers—5th. Reg. 4.13 3.47 Scotch—8 year* old 5.50 Harwood's Imported. Reg. 6.50 6.00 P M—Pt. 2.25 5th 3.75 Mount Vernon Rye—5th, 3.92 Gallagher and Burton—5th, Reg. 3.85 3.45 GINS Hiram Walker—Pts. 1.89 Gilbey's — Pts. 1.93 Red Horse Orange 1.69 RUMS Maraca—10th 98c 5th - 1.95 Goddard'Si—Pint*—Reg. 2.52 1.79 Windward—Pints—Reg. 2.57 1.81 LIQUEURS Old Mr. Brown—Pts.—Reg. 2.65 1.85 Plantation—Pts. Reg. 2.42 1.67 Sunshine Liqueur—1 2 Pt—heg. 1.62 49c BRANDYS & COCKTAILS Red Horse Cherry Brandy—Pts. ' 1.77 Wedisco Brandy — Pts. 1.19 Lejon Brandy—5th Reg. 4.67 3.33 SERVE S C RV <•; AGAIN 512 NO MAIN • PHONE 71 • BORGER , TEXAS COLUMBIA, S. C.. Nov. 14— —A terrific gas explosion shut lorcri a Columbia curb market wholesale building todnv. cuufc- nig slx deaths and injuring . in least three other • persons, ac- cording to police. ■ Hospital attendants listed thre • i I the dead as N. W. Wessell, op...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Iff* •—'Thurtday, Kev. 14. ltll •tttrtld Want Ada Get Rtiulli— Al CRITNEY'S TMWIIHUj| IABJA* km b-8 Ixf K)il * HjiiS !l'lllllllll I AO JA tt«Oviatllf* im;inniiii> IbllCliV s.. C^UG"%rORES Rebekahs Announce Initiation For Next Meeting Mrs. C. M. Carter, noble grand, presided at the Hebekah lodge's regular session Monday evening In the 1. O. O. F. hall. The death of E. E. Filer of Groom was announced. Mrs. Filer k a member of the local lodge. Mrs. C. 0. Davis jrave an ac- count of the lodges she visited while on her vacation in Poplin, Missouri recestly. Mrs. Carter announced Initiation for the next meeting on Novem her 18, and appointed Mrs. George i McBlain chairman of the refresh' inent committee. D. M. Spector, team captain asked all members I of the degree team to be present at the meeting. that creates the "Better Dress" Look Anil what could prove it better than thin su- perb group of dresses with their fluid grace, their remarkable elegance. In rich rayon c r e p e « ; misse...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Now She Shops "Cash and " Page 9—Bo g t, (Texa*)—Wew«-Hmld—1Tfcwtdif, No*. II, 1948 If Without Painful Backachi Whan di«ord*rof kidney function jxrnu « poUunoua mutter to remain in your blood, it niuycauae ruwging Lackarhe. rheumaUr pain;, l''K I'alm. loss ut pep an J rnerny. trettimi up IiighU, swelling, pufllne« usdrr the eye., fc.adnehaa and dliaine, . 1 reyu.nt or acanty i ursagea with wuariiiiw a >J turruun ..um- timet ahowi then- la aonietUtyj wrong with your kldnryi or tliulder. Don't wait! Ask your drugglut for Doan'a rills, s stimulant diuretic, UHd ucces fully by million* for over 40 yaara. Duan's fiv* happy relief and will help tha 16 uiiet of kidney tube* fluah out poltouous wa U> from your blood. Ovt Uoan'i 1'ilU. - The name Vermont is derive! from the French "verd mont," meaning green mountains. Husbands! Wives! Want new Pep and Vim? Thousand* of couple-* ar weak. worn-out, «*• ! hausted solely b^cuunt* hotly lacks iron. For 1 new viia, vitality, try U*tre* Tonic...

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

10—Bar gar. (T*XU) Thuraday, Nov. 14 IM§ :c - f?; ib t ' W ' ^ F- i "Family Album" is Theme of 20th Century Club's Old Fashioned Party Woman Sough! in Texas To Claim an Estate of $50,0G0 * Friich News By GAHAI.D1NE NOE M«mh«ns iif the Nvwitti unci oighth Kra«l - classes < f the Snu- i'ord and Friich tfracie schools arc-, editing a newspaper, to be pub- lished in the Hutchinson County i Herald, for a project in connection with their English course. The school paper will be pub- lished under the pupils' chosen name wilh officers, editors und reporters listed. Mrs. Fred Scott is the sponsor <•( the Fritch paper) iind Thus. L. Collins of the San- lord paper | San ford will lend out this week when the first is.nm oi the "San- ford Gusher" will appear in the Hutchinson County Herald. In a setting reminiscent of ,,, Grandma's times,' members of CHU'AGO, III., Nov. H— 1 he the Twentieth Centurv dub en- i former Velda Fisher, • «, who is tc rtamed their husbands and I reported to have ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Ihursdoy, November 14, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Poge Eleven ) I FOLGER'S 1-POUND CAN MORTON'S 2 ROUND BOXES . PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM FRIDAY, NUV. 15 THROUGH WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20! a f r £1 j£ r* ®PI£S^! V" -j' • <?£ . - t0\ot S 18EK11- ed FRUIT JUICE GARTH 47-OZ. CAN Mayflower. No. 2 Can PEAS TOMATO JUICE CORN „ vou W1' hM«bce0S Ho* t°n9 . a Y\o\>d6V cd tbo UnVOt d around ^ —c: >< - *•« bt°^n. to,en ^°nq u.* ■*- ,V tto« ..Uavor" — dlel *•* a **** e°' ,cd vnio P**' **** °n bird* haVC you ^ant B \u*ci°ws —ct di * ate-P*8* cet«'in9 today* Libby's 46-OZ. Call Cream Style. Ho. 2 Can ELLIS 16-OZ. JAR JV- '. a- . ^ « STARCH ELASTIC a V-8 COCKTAIL EGG NOODLES Elm. No. 2 Can 47 OZ. CAN American Beauty. 16-01. Cello Pkg. * FRUITS & VEGETABLES t Haml Seedless Texas Marsh Seedless JUICE Memphis Belle 47-oz. Can TENDERONI BEANS SPINACH OATS VAN CAMP'S 6-oz. Pkg. For Cut Green. Hargis. No. 2 Can Hunt's, No. 2' 2 Can 3-Minute Large 3-lb. Pkg. t . KRAFT PEANUT Glass Slipper F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Peg* 12—Borger, (Texas) NewsHarald—Thursday, Not. 14. 1948 Issues oi Interest to Texans Not Affected by GOP Control Pennsylvania Man Possible House Minority Leader Court Rules Taking Woman Who Bore 25 By Error Not Theft Children Surprised In Appellate Case At Publicity Given WASHINGTON, Nov. 14—(&)— Hep; Francis E. Walter, Huston, Pa. democrat, has emerged as a posiflble contender for the posi- tion of minority leader in the new houae. S«cond ranking democrat on the new, house judiciary committee and' oldest Pennsylvania!!, from the point of continuous servica, in cither house or senate, Walter entered the lcadci^hip picture when Speaker Sam Rayburn ot Texas remained mum to request* ihat he accept the position an*l .-•ome democrats indicated a cool- ness toward the present democrat - ic floor leader, John W. Mc- Contiack of Massachusetts. Rep. John E. Rankin of Miss- issippi, a power among southern democrats, who wife outnumber their other party members in the new house, told a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

Pag* 13—Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Thur«rfay, Nov. M, 1946 'reachers, Denied Seats, Conduct [eeiing Across From Convention By WILLIAM C. BARNARD , MINERAL WELLS, Tex., Nov. rUanrfOC «n 1 nnrl 11 v i uiiuiiycj in Juuiiu 1st fireworks were planned (or . « #* i ■ i Ticsinu sfssiuii; Ann l-onnrrira general convent s «.!IU UlUlUMR'Ul The Rev. William Fi.r. n, . . ni .11. Eives his home address as Dallas lllVlCinTI HnllllllC jut who teaches in the Bible Bap- •MwIwHIII| * Illtlipj fist Seminary headed by J. Frank i Eorris in Fort Worth, and the Rev. lames L. Adkins of Sealy were ar- Frank Phillips, chairman, an i anging an "open air evangelistic K. S. Adams, president, Phillios Petroleum company, have an nounced the following changes in the land and geological depart- ment. O. H. Whitcomb, as assistant superintendent of the land de- partment in Bartlesville, assumes supervision of the Kansas dis- trict in addition to the Rocky Mountain district and Canad.i which he already has. J. F. Hard...

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

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Published at 205 North MMl ItlWt Bor9«r. Tixil IfMT (VMlkc except Saturday, and on Sunday morning by P nhw<lt PubUahiac Company. Inc.. Publisher*. J. C. Phillip* „ Editor tr.d Manage On v««t SI 1.0< 4 i.t Thraa Months Month Weakly I. Entered a* second -cl * matter November 23. 1926. at tha Poa* Oliica at Borgar T *« under th* Act of March I. The Atsociatad Pra tt exclusively entitled to tha u«e ot rapub" cation of all nir. 4iapaicH « credited to it or not otherwise Page 14—Boryr \ Tcxatl Newi-Haraid—Thursday. No*. 14. 1946 BOYLiS* &iu*n*t By HAL BOYLE of people in foreign lartd# it will j bo a pleasant or melancholy sea- ion depending oh whether they receive «*tnembr%iicps from the United State*. Uncle Sam, this yenr more tha-i NEW YORK. Nov. The time is chawing short for ever, will linve to be the inler sending Christmas packages over- j wtioital Simla Claus. Returned seas, i jioldiers will want to send snmo. And for hundred# of thousands thing to w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 14 November 1946

f*oge Sixteen THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD SOAP Cashmere Bouquet 10c Bar 3 For 17< FILM 116 or 616 Size 29< HALO Shampoo 1.00 Size 79" SMA Infant Food 1.25 Value 69' Thursday, November 14, 19^' THE "ABC OF SAVING = tuHW* Your dollar will bring more by traaing at Cretney's. Your dollar value has not decreased on your Drug needs. Cretney's brought drug prices to Borger and will keep them in line. Trade more for your dollar at Borger's leading cut "ate drug store. Buy now and save on your every day drug needs. VICKS SALVE 35c Jar Stainless 1 '•! ■ DRENE Shampoo 30c Size ST37 Antiseptic Solution 60c Size CARDUI TONIC 1.00 Size A PRE-VUE OF XMAS GIFTS FOR HIM HER FOR MEN Who Reflect Good Tosfe Available in Sets From $2.00 to $10.00. <• Christmas Wrapped. YARDLEY'S Men's Gift Sets $1.25 t. $7.50 OLD SPICE Shaving Lotion and Sets $1.00 to $10.00 Use our layaway plan for Christmas. We have numerous items on display featur- ing such well known brands as Lucien LeLong, Tabu, Franci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Partly cloudy, scattered showers in Del Rio-Eagle Pais area this afternoon; partly cloudy and cooler tonight and Saturday. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 303 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Friday, November 15, 1946 (Twelve Pages Today) Price 5c Lewis Rejects Krug Plan For Settlement Wrecked Air Liner Sighted BURBANK. Calif., Nov 15—(/Pi —A Western airlines pilot report- ed today he was "positive he had found the wreckage of ojjje of the company's passenger planes which disappeared early Wednesday with 11 aboard. He said he sighted the big plane at Lebec. on the Ridge route 50 miles north of here. The pilot. Max Kail, was fly- ing an AT-G training plane in the extended search for the missing airliner, which vanished when within three minutes of its home base after it had been granted per- mission to land at Lockheed air terminal. "There were no signs of life," Kail s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

Jop Given Three Ycors For Withholding Watch lit 5 • ; t *. >t* if -'-rr . £ I#/. ';~K\':-r. Nov. The ptt - oft . om i hit- sentenced O - nnu ' S- Ilrt <f> thr«i 1 J,.1.1 • Withholdiftgv .v .wpteh taken Trrtm the bite Cfefcf. ftidney A. ' trecr, Tyk>r,Tcva , when be was ' prisoner of war un the Enow Mwm. ■■■! ■> f Saiki nM he received the tntch lrom his cousin. Shusuke Wida, ii war crimes .suspect. held at Su- K.imo prison, Tokyo, wwniti'.g trial. Wadn said he took the watch from Greer. « Chinese Meet, Sans Communists P«0e 2— Boraer, (Texas) Now* Herald—Friday. November 15. 1946 94lh Birthday Coming Up -OPi - , fMiipnipwM Ilflllll II WH II I—.Hi ^—0m" BRYAN. Tex.. Nov. 15- Bryan tafa* .ittfeiruved . 'if a vote ct 4wt* to one ;i $.U ■4 0 revenue Ml M*ue ttir'W 'Movement" fay the d*-rt(r IWfe.- t L«nt. water wort;* and <«rer sjatoih,,„ •, •* ft .......,j Your kind .si^mui Is now Aowlng a ore Of !br theatres- md at reasonable prices! ■mmhmI Open 11:4S 9e«c Phone 51 TOD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

HI cWowan'& (Page Page 1-Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Friday. November 15, 1946 klhambra Club Has Demonstration In Convenient Kitchen Arrangements , By CLEO TOM TERRY Mrs. Alex Gray was hostess n the home of Mrs. C. E. Terry, o members of the Alhambra eoni- nunity4Home Demonstration club in Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Brewster, agent, *ave a demonstration on the prop- *r type of built-in kitchen cab- inets, and on conveniently ar- 2>nged kitchens. "Generally speaking the V- shaped kitchen is handiest," eaid Mrs. Brewster, "although : 'ome farm and ranch homes this might not leave enought space tor a large dining table. Sink, working cabinet, and stove should be as close together as possible in order to save steps tor the cook." Cabinet shelves should not bo too deep or if very deep, should Jjave removable small shelves hich can be placed on top of other shelves, and which are ad- justable for different sizes of dishes. Drawers underneath a sink are a wonderful step saver, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

Page Four THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Friday, November 15J f Ij# I i I J b-; : d•; i Here IsThillips Blackhawk Football Squad Thai Will Seek lis Seventh Consecutive District Championship Tomorrow Afternoon Mr ' Vr. - ) , * T* "■* . ' 'fl : V' ■ ' *** 0' >M>i}'!,'• ii#h . >. jfe. •'■6 mi waMii w'L MORRIS PAYNE End NORM.AN GILLESPIE Tackle WAYNE SULLIVAN Guard DON WILLIAMS Center BOB PICKENS Guard FRANK HUNSAKER Tacklo BOBBY HINEHART End Canadian "Vw.iir Stadium Sat Seek To Upset Ratings In District 2-A Race The payoff battle of the 1946 championship race in Dis trict 2-A football will be waged tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 in Blackhawk Stadium in Phillips when the Blackhawks at- tempt to clinch their seventh consecutive championship by trouncina Canadian's battlinn Wildcats. Leading the district with three victories and no defeats, the Blackhawks need only this win over Canadian to add the 1946 pennant to the laurels they've won each year since 1940. If they should lose, the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

hriday, Novembet l!>, lV4o I Hb bUkbtK (IhXAbi NhWb-HtKALU Page Hive Borger Bulldogs Ready For Electra Tigers Jack Brown To Quarterback For Locals In Electra Tomorrow By JACK ROBERTS News Herald Sports Editor > Somo new faces will appear in the Borqer Bulldogs startinq lineup tomorrow night. These faces aren't new to the scarlet and white clad charnes of Trickey Ward but chrnges have been made since last week's I033 to the Golden Sandstorm- Howard Hurt, regular 178 pound guard, definitely will net be on the starting eleven when the Bulldogs invade Tiger field at Electra at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow. That infected toe has not healed as rapidly as was expected and the hard choroini lineman is being saved for "bigger things to come." In his olaee will be Roinlfl Heath, 174 pounder, who earned a reputation as a speedy charger in numerous recoveries or fumbles in the Lubbock contest. In fact, Mr. Heath spent more time in the t Lubbock back Hold than at his end position during that fourth ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

r. (Ttsat) News-Herald—FrUar. November IS. Hit Borgans Attend Amarillo Dinner AMARILLO. <Specii)D—1The Pur chasing AcpiiK association of th Texas Panhandle held ils rofu iar monthly meeting ut the Cl|> Uol hotel Wednesday night Ted Williams Most Valuable In American Loop By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK. Nov. 15—</P)—Teci A short business icsllotl fol-1 Williams, Boston Red Sox out lowed the steak dinner. C. E. Me Clellnnd of U- S. Steel then pre- sented n sound film in techni- r >lor, "Steel—Man's Servant," The following members and visitors vvere present: From Dum;is, w. O. Hollifield, American Zinc company of Illi- nois; W. F. Walsh, Emergency Export corporation. From Lubbock, J. M. Young, Anderson - Young Electric com- pany. , From Dallas. C. E. McClelland. United States Steel; C. G. Un- laub, C. O. Unlaub company. From Borger, E. F. La". Good- rich company; J. C. Phillips and Weldon Joily, Borger News- Herald, fielder, climaxed a brilliant five- year career in the majors to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

iFrlcfay, November 15,1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD flBQg St¥gl . I ¥1 •J* ^ ,• rL hHWH' AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DAILY BIBLE READING PROGRAM Thanbaivina Nov. 2t Friday Saturday Sunday. Dec 1 Monday..—.™. Tuuday — YTcdnaiday Thundery.. _ Friday—— Saturday....... Sunday. D*c. 8 Monday. ._ G.ne.i. 8 20-917 (Noah) ...Genesis 121-9; 17:1-8 (Abraham) .. Genesis 32 (Jacob) ...Genesis 27 (iosepb) ..Exodus 3 (Moses) ... Ruth 1 (Ruth) _.I Samuel 3 (Samuel) _ I Samuel 16; Psalms 139 (David) ...1 Kings 19.9-18 (Elijah) Nehemiah 6 (Nehsmiah) .. Zechariah 4 (Zerubbab«l) -20; E ..Isaiah 1:1- (Uaiah) .. Isaiah 52 13—53 12 (God's Servant) Wednesday leremlah 1:1—213 (Jeremiah) Daniel 6 (Daniel) Luke 1 26—56 (Mary) .....Matthew 3:1—17 (fohn the Baptist) John 3:1-17 (Nicodemus) Tuesday.. Thursday. frlday _ Saturday Sunday ... Dec IS Monday .. Tuesday... ..Luke 1030—42 (Good Samaritan; Mary ol Bethany) .Luke 15:11-24 (Prodigal Son) ohn 13:1—17 (lesus) ohn 17 (lesus) Acts 2 (Peter) Saturday—— Acts 6...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

THE NATION TODAY By JAMES MARLOW President of Dollos Girls' School Resigns DALLAS, Nov. Kin H«kMiy> president of the i llockitday *chool for lor 33 j year*, rwalftned yesterday. H. B. Mo**man succeeds her a* i>rwl- dent. family Reunion at the Airport WASHINGTON, Nov. 15—(A*>~ 7\in. strong men h V« done xom •drone* thine* it* WathinRton but; Mis* Hoekaday will become the blue ribodn in the heaw president emeritus t<> in weirht class roer. to John L, I tie raising; of fund* for a new Lewis nnd J. A Knijf. H< ckaduy school t« be built on It's like in a movie. : 245-ncn tract of land here re- Lewis, who weigh* about ?10 cently donated In Alumnae Sh - pounds, and Krtie. who weteh« will also in providing faeit- wiK 235. have been seeing each Hie* travel classes lor the other. Lewis is boss of the enttl! school, miners. Knip lunilor. But it's the way seeing each other. is secretary of the they've been Exits and entrances almost ohostlw. Private elevators. Thumb-jerWina Sc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 November 1946

\ i nrmy To Enlist isabled Vets The war department has an- nounced that army recruiting *tn- ions w ;!! accept |,v leternn* who were combat OUIIflnl CI • |egUi.i| al in; . ;.i ... • nant Colonel S. A. Imell, the Timmnnding officer of the local limy recruiting district. Tlx new policy of tht war de- hutment i to enlist those par- ] Willy disabled t.n cterans in positions which they ire capable of doing normal du- ties. The new regulation 1 ' |nore than u hundred military tccupational specialities in whlen partially disabled men ea.i bi f.nlisted. These highly trained, it partially disabled veterans in be enlisted in the rank they bold at discharge provided they •omplete their enlistments before |the first of the year. Colonel imell pointed out that during their periods of military Lcrvice, these partially disabled |mcn who enlist will be paid tin' >ame base pay and allowances of linen on full duty status, accord- ling to their rank. However, t'oi- |onel Imell said, while a disable...

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

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Published at 205 North Main Street, Borger. Texas every evening except Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publishing Company. Inc.. Puhhiheri. J. C. Phillip* Editor and Manager Ona Year - . 111.00 flbt Months i i „ 5.75 Three Month* 3.0G Month 1.10 Wtikir «il Entered at second-clan matter November 23. 1926. at the Post Oflice at Borger. Texas under the Act of March 8. 18f>7 The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use ot republi- cation oi all nev- "tiipiuct.ee credited to it or not otherwise Page 10—Bore "r, (Texas) News-Herald—Friday. November IS. 1946 '• " ' ' * Mackenzie Column By J. M. ROBERTS. JR. AP Foreign Affairs Analyst While the four power foreign ministers continue their strugRle over Europe", the rest of the world is gradually going ahead with a pattern of independent settle- ments. Although It is apparent that peace In Europe must, in the long run, be made as a whole, a great deal more progress In clearing away much that i...

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