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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

PAGE TWO X'OIJ.\H KXVI.ORAT1UX rHAKWBI) BY BERLIN (>P) -«eueral Mobile, the Italian airship constructor and arc- t tic aviator, in a lecture 011 "The irship in the service ol' arctic ex- ploration," at the Chsrlottenburg Pftlytechnii . described how aviation hail completely revolutionized polar txjilorutiou, pointing out that today .it was possible to fly from Spitz- bwgeft in 1 hours to the spot which took Fritjof Nansen in 1S9S three I days to' reach. ■ Of the two moans of aerial lo- comotion. General Nobile save pre- ference to the airship, from which, he paid, better and. more scientific investigations were possible than frprn an airplane, because it could be brought to a standstill in mid- air at a certain height, besides al- lowing of a greater radius of ac tion. From tlie experiences of his pol flight, May Uth to 14tli, 1926, speaker deduced that to prevent the i formation of ice on the airship it was necessary to cover all metal part.', with a thick layer cf grease and, a...

Publication Title: Borger Daily Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

# "V ; # '% i ,t> mw. MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1928. THE BORCER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SOCIAL NEWS Cactus! UY M Its. IlAY IIAUCAHD I'll ONE 1: _y Cooing; School Hour ClinngeU to 2:00 O'clock In order that the Cooking School can he over earlier encji (lay, Mrs. Ida M. Chitwood, Instructor, has Met the hour ui> each afternoon at 2:00 p. m. sharp. We hope that this Is satisfactory with everyone, and urge all io he present as near two o'clock as possible. LOCAL ITEMS The Baptists wish to announce that beginning with the mid-week Hcrvices, all services will lie held at the Church on lite Hill, llcdKo- eoke and First streets, until fur- ther announcement. The Culture club will not hold their meeting Tuesday of this week, as announced in the Sunday paper, but will hold it a week from Tues- day at the home of Mrs. Cowan, Klectric City. The meeting thi week was postponed so that mem- bers could attend the Cooking School. When itijr, instead of potato, just peel tirely around tin tato lengt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

PAOI THE BORGER DATLY HEttALD f - Borger Daily Herald URAL D. NORMS -Manager Published at 102 South Main . Street, Bor- ftr, T«a . every Eveuiug Except Saturday, Mid on Sunday Morning, by NtJNN—WABEEN POBLISHINCJ COMPANY, Inc. LINDY "TAKES OFF"—A FUTURE POSSIBILITY Ei tereu « b«r 20, 1W6, Texas, under Itfl ond-iluss mutter Novein- jiost office a' Burger, net of March 3, 1897. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aonociated Press is exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper uud also tho local nt*ws published herein. SUBSCRIPTION KATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 0 8 I YEA It MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun $7.50 $4.00 $'J.OO 70c Evening Only 5.00 2.85 1.50 50c Suuday Only 2.50 1.35 .70 30c BY OAK III EK IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c $8.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let- ters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- pre«*ly repudiate any liability or respo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1928. .... rwfij i . . * THE BORGER DAILY HERALD MARINE AVIATOR SAYS NATIVES IN NICARAGUA ARE MRKSMEN OF MORE THAN USUAL ABILITY V > V "S::- %> to he preparing for an ut tacit. Near lliu end of tlie flight I noted the other two planes had re- turned to Managua. I climbed to 7000 fcot for a picture. This com- pleted, I .returned to a lower alti- tude and started home on a uig-zag course to observe both sides of the railroad. Near Leon 1 saw three men walk- ing along the road. Two hundred yards ahead I noted three others. Ahead another 200 yards were two more groups of 15 or 20 each. I glanced at my gasoline gauge --and Die groups disappeared. I circled and looked over again. Of all surprises! There, breaking out of the brush, came some COO riflemen. Each had his weapon pointed at me. And suddenly the zip-zip-zip of several machine guus stung the air while hundreds of rifles began to pop. Several bullets struck the machine. I was helpless, caught heading into...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

/ "i" MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1928. 1HE BORGER DAILY HERALD Aerial Photographer Makes Interesting Picture of Vast Dodge Brothers Plant Factory Covers 218 Acres and 900 Tons of Coal Are Consumed Daily rod* with mo ii1 I li ese plant hc r< HF* WmpW1 A wind plrtTITP ot' the huge De- troit plants wiiich prod n re Dodge Brother's automobiles would be an ordinary residence street pavement 22 feet wide and 5! miles lung. This would be covered with a heated, lighted and filled machinery, conveyors and working In the production ot automotive products. The main Dodge Brothers, covers 218 acre*. Sixty-five are occupied by hull dings having a floor area 01 14 4 acres, or mortf than hIx million square feet. Re- cently another factory has been er- ected to take care of certain opent- Mqub in the manufacture of Dodge Brothers six cylinder cars. . The coal bill as indicative of the umousjly of the company's a< ll- Xy: Records show thut the win- ter's coal consumption runs on an a^toi'age of 900 t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

MONDAY, JANUAHY 1(i, 1! 2H. THE RORCER DAILY HERALD ' PACE SI? VAN > v- DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results RATE: Two cents per word per Inst. Uon, three insertions for live conts per word. All want ails are cash in advance. f ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first anil third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. OUT OUR WAY By Williams LEGAL NOTICES FOR SAUL poll kai.k oh ru.\i)j. i *\>r ui. onie pro perfy, new Chev> truck niul 1!I2* Cherv Uoa< li. inquire 4 Ui \Vbiitenbei£ -,1.. after o'clock or se .Mrs M. O. W in.sor at postofTi< . ♦ -i: -nif St a I ion. two block- Main highway, in at ion. 14 illp J O It SA1.K V.-, N i Koutli of In-pot quire Gulf Se.r\i«f KOIt HALE— Ford Sedan new tires every thin# in A I ri>n' 11i toit. <ull lO.'J < ity Service Station. -4 tf.- FOR RENT l*'OK it K.N T Two houses with ;?urajje' .>10 and *12. Two bl^.-ks from Kasi j . Word School. Palace Clot-biers. 4.V:i; ! KoK K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 16 January 1928

- ■ r s-' p P7'"v'v'- iV. • Y ™-\ PAGB EIGHT * CTIO THE RORGER DAILY HERALD s MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1928. T- — S.S.VAN DINE AUTHOR v^y THE BENSON MURDER CASE *... t •<—-r.."1.1. 'j n7 3) \ © Charles Scribner's Sons CHAPTER I tin the offices of the Homicide Bureau of the detective division of and New: York police department and within It, among thousands of others of Its kind, there reposes small green index-card on which is .type: "Odell, Margaret, 18-1 West "1st Street. Sept. 10. Mur- der: Strangled about 11 p. m. Ap- artment ransacked. Jewelry stolen. Rftdy found by Amy Gibson, maid." Here, in a few commonplace words, is the bleak, unadorned statement of one of the most as- tonishing crimes in the police an- nals of this country—a crime so agent took full advantage of her absence to circulate vermlllion tales of her conquests. Her appearance went far toward sustaining her somewhat equivocal fame. There was no question that she was beautiful in a hard, sightly flamboyant way. 1 re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

m. K i* Buy what you need in busy, buttling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. VOL. 2—NO. 47. Phone 13 OFFICIAL 1*1 IIUCATIOX CITV OF HOKOKIC. TEXAS .CE FIVE CENTS ASSOCIATED TRESS BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928. CAPITAL CITY RAZED WITH SERIES OF BAD •Y- * -Y- •Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- Y Y- Y- Y Y- Y> Y Y Y Y Y Y Y- * Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y H* * * * WOMEN PRAISE THE HERALD'S FREE COOKING SCHOOL O- MRS. CHITWOOD LECTURES m CAKES TODAY Common Errors of Housewives Explained; Topic Changed From Salads STARTS AT 2 P. M. Schedule Advanced Twenty Minutes to Prevent Hold- ing Audience too Late I'roof that tile Herald Free Cook- ing school has the support of the women of Borger was evidenced yesterday afternoon and today by the crowd which filled the Baptist tabernacle, Mrs. Ida M. Chitwood. who is conducting the school. is we'll known in West Texas for her ability as an instructor and lectur- er was lauded by those attending yesterday afterno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

TWO THE BQRGER DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928. MGM'N' POP HE SHOULD WORRY By Taylor viho is THIS? LET'S AROUND ^ just vjnt tlu- x. get mv hands om that RAT- comes op TROM chile-impersonates Me tb get MR gown's MOMEW- dab's old college chum, MRGiDMM -X ONIM1 HOPE XJM not too late- l COULD v/lre, bot i. want to catch hl(a k. myself ^11 I'' II '">1. I I^I ' n" 1 1 , — , p* ' Hei" iVtTOLT>YO i € ^ERAL Times to get these suitcases il. OttTft TH1 AISLE - NOW MOVE 'EM I OR OOTA TH'WINDOW THEY GO - I , . -V * , t ( HOH-X'D U<€ To X jMSi V SEE ^00 DO IT S V Illlu-M. present building. The plants pro- vide for an additional three storios to be added to'the book stack rooms wliicli will bring the', height of the building to ten stories. The read- ing roofus mid otluM- rooms iu the building to he built about the stacks will not be raised to that height, Jvowerci", according to Mr. Wink- ler. The plans art) such, however, that the building may be further expanded in either u hori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

V TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928. THE HOTtOER DAILY HERALD MITCH MANTEL SAYS KOPECKY WILL BE EASY Come on lioyH. The fans iirc hoi and ranting over the wrestling show Thursday night. Dutch Man- tel, the Apeman from Aniarlllp, will meet none other than Joe Kopecky. These are two of the roughest men in the southwest and rank in ability, anions the topnolchers. Both have disposed of nearly every man in this section. Dutch, the tough old gob is throwing out his chest aiVd boast- ing that he will pummel that Bo- hemian to death and in all prob- ability will give .loe a hard light. Dutch has never (hanged, lie is boastful and the remarkable part about his boasts Is that he usually carries them out. Fans Jvcall a few months ago when Dutch' met. Hobby Chick at the Coliseum and every- thing was torn down except j"ne roof, the Dutchman winning after four hours of the hardest flghtiilg ever recorded in the annals of Bor- ger wrestling. Joe Kopecky, a young man, can get tough and will do so. He has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

• . ' • ■ : . v. ■ J. - PAGE FOtrtt THE BORGER DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928. Borger Daily Herald HEAL D. NORMS Manager Published at 102 South Main Street, Bor- ger, Texan, every Evening Except Saturday, and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN—WARREN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. Knterew hh secondeJnss matter Novem ber 28, 1926, 'at the i>ost off ire at Borger. Texan, under the act of March 3, 1897. MR MB KB ASSOCIATED PRKSS The Afsoeiated Pre*s is exc.limively en- titled (<> the une for republication of nil news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION HATKH. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE i o n i . YEAR M(). MO. MO. Evening and Sim..~.*7.5«i $4.00 $2.00 70c Evening Only 5.00 2.H5 1.50 50c Sunday Only 2.50 1.85 .70 30c BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c #*.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let- ters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex- prassl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17. 1928. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE SOCIAL NEWS BY MRS. RAY HAGGARD PHONE 13 I,nflV\-l,ott ( lull Kntertaineil 111 Panhandle by .Mrs. J. T. Owens The members of the Laff-A-Lot( club motored to Panhandle Sat- urday to a luncheon Riven by Mrs. J. T. Owens, a former member ol' the club in Horner. VI one o'clock u delicious three o ;«rire luncheon was etved to the I tfiJfrw i n K: Mrs. William lleskew.j Mrs. tO. C. Immel, Mrs. F. 1). Uar- tle, Mrs. J. T. Blair, Mrs. I,. Smoot, Mrs. J. A. Holmes, Mrs. Will Hartle and Mrs. Floyd Ward, who motored over from Pampa Mrs. Ward is also a member of the club. HIkIi score bridge prize was aw- arded to Mrs. H. ('. immel, while second h I k li went to Mrs. .1 T Illair. Candy was served through out the afternoon. The Laff-A-Lott dub will meet Thursday of this week with Mrs. Will Rattle. I — — Revival .Meeting at Phillips Camp Church Rev. K. Gaston Foote, pastor of the First Methodist church in White Deer, is conducting a revi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

PAGE SIX TIIR BORGRR DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 19*8. WHEN RUTH SNYDER PAYED *F?V. V i \ m BRACKEN URGES PROPERTY OWNERS, OF BORGER, ISOM, WHITTENBERG AND DIXON CREEK FROM DEALERS Observance of Law Necessary For Prevention of Fire, Marshal Says I ; W. Bracken, oity fire me | writes tho following letter .solici | ting the co-operation of all mereli Look and Read MM Notices of Taxes Due the City of Borger, by the Following 'Property Owners, Were Returned From the Postoffice UNCLAIMED. jlf \OUR Name Appears in This List You Are Requested to Call at the trshai,| Tax Office, City Hall, at Once For Your Tax Notice and Have it Chfak- ed For Possible Errors. ^ nis and dealers in gas connections If you HAVE paid your taxes but your name appears on this list, you, ■ * '"" need not call at this office. and fittings, in the interest of fire prevention. "It has come to our attention i • hat all dealers have not been doing! their duty mid part in the way of I preventing (Ires. "One dealer,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

■«?? rt r' 1 i «V* • ,, twJ : Qf# y'H kAY, JANUARY 17, 1928.v THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Classified Ads OUT OUR WAY By Wiinams Why Mildred! Look at*Youft f.y Use Borger Want Ads Daily Herald For Results ■IATE: Two cents per word per lw fefents per word All casU In advsuee. ' tram (l* are .. ... ISOM LODGT A. F. A A. . • ♦ Stated rtK'f't lags first t-T • third Thurs- days. ^siting M Ax- ons invite^l. 1242 M. f OH SALfc bALJ-.f*- Si7 ufoliai i ofii true*. >o- Ivtmsini anion. A ! condition. Geo. Collinu, 104 Dixon i tre " -IT• MjH Jumbo1 JWJt HALL—Suburban und flxiure?- Living >i\i r itvj<e is*. > ill sell cheap. rrocery s*ore. ntuck •juartcrs and fur- si os bl. vV bit ten 17 •:; p FOl HAI-K OR TKADK 1 ur income pro ptifly, n e w Chev;. ru>k und 1 .♦"Jo Chevy jCoifrh. inquire tie ^hit'enberg ;«t . j* Ier U :00 o'clock or sit* Mr* >1. U. \N in <>r a' post office. 45*8tc FOP SALL—1 ofd thing in .VI <- Service Station. Sedan. nUit ion. ue* tire.«. even C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 17 January 1928

SING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK!!! Go/ Go/ Go! Everything Goes Out At Once GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Sale Opens Wednesday, 9 a.m. GHT ■UilTEs SAVKl MEN'S $2 KHAKI PANTS n saml rolorctI and Hon;; Ivoii^, ail sizes in this lot. \ very :rood ade that will stand long hard wear, and an s«'llii «r at THE BORGER DAILY HERAT,D . ■ • TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928. LADIES SILK HOSE 75c Value, now A REAL BARGAIN 32-in. fast color Ginghams, Reg. 18c Now 9c Tell Your Friends and Neighbors Holeproof, Full Fashion, $1.50 la- dies hose, sale price $1.19 All Ladies Extra Heavy FALL HATS SATEEN / Felt and Velours All Shades A Real Buy 50c value, sale price 99c 29c Men's Fine SUITS Without a doubt, Men, you can find most any kind of a suit you want Most all of these suits, have an extra pair trousers. All $32.50 to $37.50 Suits One Pair Trousers only A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Leather and Chamoise Jackets Values $14.50, Quit Business Sale Price Men's mm $9-851 O'Coats PROFIT BY THIS $1.50 Value Men's Ribbed Unions, Quit'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 January 1928

ii-rf-'V. F • I I I Ct Buy what you need in buay, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. OFFICIAL | l HIJC.ATIO.V CITV OF itOIU^FIC. TI4.X.VN II ■ I— Phone 13 ALL DIFABTMini VOL. 2—NO. 48. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1928. c sr PRICE FIVE CENTS SS — NO VENUE CHANGE FOR SLAYER, JUDG1 SAYS J * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * , * * * * * * ^ H* *{• •{• •¥■ * * * * * * * # rr' * * ■Y* -Y* -Y* ^ ^ f* 9 CANDIDATES THROW THEIR HATS IN POLITICAL RING O. REQUESTS FOR , PRIMARY ARE FORTHCOMING Hearing In Stinnett Expected To Start System Here; Many Interested PROBABLY IN JULY PILOT'S BOSS Ticket To Be Crowded If Ru- mors of Potential Office- holders Materialize At a meeting held in Stinnett before Chairman Bill Christian of the Democratic executive commit- tee, lor the purpose of giving a hearing on the request for a spring primary in July, it is understood, several candidates filed a r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 January 1928

' —- BIG BOUT HERE TONIGHT Vincent and Murdock Will Fight It Out at Legion Home THE BORGER DAIl^Y HERALD ■Kni WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1928. ' • Manilel. UK* Nevada Tonight, when Kddie Murdock mud Bobby Vincent crawl through tjje ropes at Legion Home, one of tUe hardest fought bouts ever stag- ed in the history of these two boys' colorful careers will be staged. Vin- i cent wants to regain the southwest! championship title while Murdock to climb another step in j the ladder to fame by defending j Hie (title and disposing of a formid- i able contender for the honor. than Bobby coal miner. Fans have seen Mnndel and know that he h«B ability. The boxer from the coal mines has shown a dynamite left in previous bouts, with a right that delivers electricity. At p.ny event he will be out to give the crowd u run for its money, and those who have seen him in action know that 9 slugging toe to toe encounter will be his way of lighting. Not ao much is known of the little Mexican, but it will be l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 January 1928

Viennese Flower M * MR GflM „ xnf$ VI-.-•■jmIi iljuies |his ivit flower «•' 1 ":' 11 I fli -: m i ii ,'i n n i! n ■ iml r f>!Kir:f i.i yellow* '• ! J ''£. | MIDNIGHT U/INTK I .IT TOKIO THl'RHIMY > A midnight dance will I>p ulven ! at the Tohlo Club on Thursday I , Ktai'UuK at 12 o'clock sharp. Music | for tlic daiif'e Iwll be furnished by j the Har-3 orchestra now iiluylnu at | the Itex Theatre. Mrs. Milt tie McDonald in an- ; nouncinn this dance declares that it i will be one of the best midnight ! dances ever held. She has spared no amount of trouble and expense | in prepurfiiR ;i wonderful program | l'or the occasion. Those who have heard the Bar-Z orchestra at Die Rex I no doubt have j felt Itchy sensation creeping into Inteivjd to llit'.ir feet and fell a tIiri!I_ of rythni tingling In their veins, call- | ing for action. This orchestra takes | one back to dreamland and romance j where one forget; the daily care.: ! of life and enjoys the present, Mrs. i McDonald said ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 January 1928

Published at 102 South M&in Street, Bol- ter, Texw, every Evening Except Saturday, bud op Sunday Morning, by HUNK-WAKREN PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. K tf* reu us Ntn'ond-das* matter Novem- ber *JF0, l&2< , at the post office nt Borger. T*xak. under the net of Mureh ik, 'JiO/. <14KMBKit ASSOCIATED PHRSS The Astoria ted Pr#b ih exoluaively en- titled to the una for republication of all u«wa dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and atao the local new* published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS BY MAI h IN ADVANCE i b a i YE All MO. MO. MO. Evening and Sun $7.50 *4.00 $2.00 70c Kvening Only —1 6,00 *2.85 1.8-0 80c Sunday Only 2.80 1.35 .70 30c BY' CARRIER. IN CITY Per Week Per Month By Year 20c 70c $#.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, let ters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at owners risk, and the publishers ex pressly repudiate any liability or responsi bilitv for their safe custody or return. The utmost care will b«* taken, however, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 18 January 1928

op FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HE DOESN'T KNOW JUST HOW TO TAKE THAT By Blosser it > HERE'S 05SIE. NOW TALklN'TO BILL1E=1'LL MAkG AIM INTRODUCE ME TO AER. ■' A DONHEV?A DEAL LIME O/^E? REALLY? VOO SAOULD COME OJER TO MY MOUSE AAi' SEfc CLARA' ^7"~t IS WAT VOOR SISTER? VES" I'LL TAkE VfcxJ OOER AM' SAOVAJ AER TO WOO! -1 OA- WIS IS FRECKLES =• j VOO'LL AAVE TO EXCUSE OS--I'M 60IN6 TO SEE OSCAR'S DO/JReV- A/OD X JUST ADORE DOAOk.&V5 (SPY F ^ A FRiEMD OF MINE AELLO. AELLO RCO U S PAT OFF j/'&V C192C Bf NGA SilRVICC. IHC. Radio Finds Defects Hidden in Dynamos EAST PITTSHURCJH, Pa., (AJ) Radio In now being used by J. 1, jK.vlauder of the Westinghouse Elee- jrtlc and Manufacturing Company to (detect hidden defects in' dynamos. A machine under test is convert- ed into a broadcasting station by 'sending through it a 200,000 cycle current. Radio waves go out in all directions, and Mr. Rylander pi ks |some of them up with a receiving jset. If the machine is perfect he hears |a loud buz...

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