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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 September 1940

40 FRIDAY, SEPT. 27t*i, 1940 THE DENISON PKESS ilig |83 DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULOB MURRAY September 27, 1878 The advance guard of the army of tramps, estimated to be at least 100 scattered along: the M. K. & T. tracks enroute to our state, per- haps twenty in number, were at Durant Monday night. They man> aged to tear loose some planks of a car loaded with apples and about o barrel of them were devoured by the hungry squad. When the freight train prepared to leave the station, the band entered an emp- ty stock car, and swore that they would not leave. The conductor tried his very best to gei rid of tliem without any trouble, but finding that nothing but force and others with firearms from the The animal did some remarkably station and such as were on the high kicking, and two of the train, and advanced towards them, j kicks went over the low dashboard The tramps then left the car, but of the wagon and were delivered kept abusing the trainmen in a' with full force on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, SEPT. .27th'. 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Societ> New Pbon« Denison Lodge Honors Engaged Couple Thursday When the Denison Odd. Fellows their Auxiliary, the Rebekah's and the subsidiary organization o' Golden Link club met jointly last night in the Odd Fellows hall, they honored Miss Ruby McGee and Ray Coonrod whose marriage service will be solemnized at the First Baptist church Sunday eve- ning. The hall was decorated with bas- kets of purple thistles, and the tables were centered with bowls of •varicolored zinnias. After u series of table games, in which Mrs. J. A. Heaker, Mrs. Fran'c Benedict and Mrs. Charles We*« tenhold won prizes, a mock wen- ding was given with the follow- ing participants: Mrs. Margaret (Davis, the "bride; John L. Walker the groom, Mrs. Walker, train bearer, Mrs. 'E. E. Mclntyre, flow it girl, Mrs. C. A. Hahnel ani Mis. B. R. Bushy, bridesmaids, J. A. Heacker and W. R. Mahan, groomsmen; Mrs. G- W. McM'l lian, officiating minister...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

« la re 10 I Ito 1*1- WEATHER DENfSON AND VICINrTY Flair and warmer today and Sunday THE PRESS rWKJWHED DAILY, SKGBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp OAILY NEWSPAPER 56c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS Eight (Pages In Two Saclion* DENISON, TEXAS SAT.. SEPT. 28tfi, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—-DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 83 Bulgaria Night Be Drawn Into Axis-Jap Pact EVERDAY #i STATE OFFICERS DENISON MAY LOSE JOBS By LOUIS ANDERSON District 5AA team this week did just as was expected of them. Sherman earlier in the week down- ed Sunset of Dallas 6 to 0. Last night Denison tied McKinney 6-0 without the services of Billy Hale or Walter Savage, while Gaines- ville copped from Greenville 0 to 0. Paris had an easy time with Claiksville, augmented by the blowings of one Bill Woodside, 38 to 0. Bonham had a swell time at the expense of little Cooper 62 to 7, which should be about the larg- est score any conference team will run up this season in a single game . . . Denison fans saw some real bloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

TIIE DENISON PRESS PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1MI Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 007 W Uiil LeR/OY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Svp't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON « City Editor J. 0. HOLL1S Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,*'Chi ■ago, 111. J Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen ; :o individual and civic integrity; to individual tmr civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Pr«u will be glv i advertisers desiring blind addrc—*s. I SUBSCRIPTION KATES One WeeJt .— J ie Monta Three Months tin advance) Bix Months (in advance) ... One Year (in advance) l*i _ lii _ 90c 91.71 18.61' CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill-l*. presented. It per sent will be added on unpaid private account' alter 30 days from date of fir«t Insertion. CLOSING ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR SECTION THE DENISO RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR SECTION —————— MMMiM I s & C- ri 1 lii I i*U* w^Wm? ! . fSSdwi AS ■> VlMi|!|l(*yC KHSSkmh iWiPs % S J I i?'V «j if ;• : You're Invite d! -GREATER THAN EVER! September 30—October 5 ATTEND sir ie YOUR FAIR * ! Educational Entertaining Profitable RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR FREE! FREE! New 1941 Model Two-Door Sedan STUDEBAKER To be given away labsoltutely ifree to some lucky person who attends the Fair! Fair Grounds North East Sherman Near Fair Park Stadium PARKIN G ^arTJPf^n'n ■%>!V^4^1 Jlz1> DISPLAYS and EXHIBITS By Home Demonstration Women, 4-H Clubs, Business Concerns and Fo rmers of The Territory MANY PRIZES GIVEN

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

t Pace two THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 19-10 R. R. Valley Fair Opens Monday At | ftrson, Carter, Love, Marshall, Johnson, Atoka, Bryan and Choc- taw; "Texan- includes Montague, 'Cooke, Grayson, Fannin, Lamar, Sherman, 1 Week 1)enton- Co!lin- Hunt und 7 fDelta. n" r i t>** \r u e • * I" addition to the many edu- Tne Red River Valley fair at . . ; « «• , , e, . i n * cational features, the directors and Sherman frets underway Monday, , ^ « c, 4 on , \ o . i m«nat?ement have arranged an en- Sept. 30, lasting through Satia-! J ® . . day, Oct.B. Serving as an educa-lter amment program for each day tionul institution, the fair is oper-land n,*ht of the h,«hei,t clas8 ™A ated without profit save that com-j ^lttVe extended a special invitation jt.g through development of Red:10 Oeniaonians and others ol the Liver valley resources and with:valley to not only become an ex an unselfish aim. |hibitor, but an attendant of the Entries in the fair this year are institution. limited to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1040 ■our democracy I1 _^lm* WHAT WE USE FOR MONEY. THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE I'/ Eimm HE OX WAS THE > MEASURE OF VALUE IN ANCIENT ROME. «EDVct0 blow/ HORN y'VeHRYMW ED FEATHERS HAVE B££N USED IN SOUTH SEAS. OTHER. PEOPLE HAVE USED FISH,MULBERRIES SALT, I RON, GLASS, CLAY FOR. MONEV. IN 1693 FERRY FARE FROM MEW YORK TO BROOKLYN WAS PAID IN WAMPUM.— BELTS OF SMALL BEADS,WHICH INDIANS USED FOR MONEV. U.S. GOVERNMENT MADE ITS FIRST SILVER DOLLAR IN 1794 --sSSB*** exhibitions of the fair will not be permitted to compete for premiums this year. Where there is only one entry in a class no cash premium wit! be awarded but ribbons given in- stead. Awards will be given on house- hold linens, knitting, crocheting, tufting, quilts, rugs, infants' class old ladies' work, tapestry work and miscellaneous. In the culinary department of which Mrs. Paul WooJ is super- intendent and Mis. J. H. Berry assistant, awards will be made on canned vegetaV^i, piek'.ei, pre- serves, j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1940 fHE DENISON PRESS PAGE FOUR HgKft , $? tH 1 l:ii 5.w mtmtim i !$*$ TfttKnftHD ■;:<^'v-:-Y;' - ^ ^ ? :v : •■>; '?M;:: ^ <■ >1 ' : jjl sis.* «MK ■ !$&C ••••• V bv; 9WR S& . . . .v: Approved By American College of Surgeons FAIR SAT. < ■ ' ' V'ft" ! . £ ^ 0*^0* WELCOME TO THE RED RIVER September 30th—October 5th It takes facilities plus a staff to make a medical center. You must have both to create institutions capable of doing the most for the territory served. In Sherman t facilities of St. Vincent's Hospital have attracted to this section of Texas a capable corps of physicians and surgeons. Fortunate circumstances have made possible the equipping of St. Vincent a with all known m and surgical aid. This institution, plus its competent staff, assists in the constant vigil of tLc lives of evc.ry person In this fertile territory. We at the hospital are happy to render this humane service to all North Texas and are proud that we are cepted a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

' I a SAT., SEFJ. 28th, 1940 DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRE1 9 September 28, 1878 Thuarday morning at 8 o'clock u large tree, which stands only a fc-w feet from the residence of Doctor Hoyleman, on Sears street, was struck by lightning:. Mrs. Hoyleman and her two children, who were sitting near the window, were stunned. The children soon it-covered, but Mrs. Hoyleman wat thrown into spasms, and is still confined to her bed. Yesterday afternoon, while Mike Coffey's dray was being loaded with stoves, pipes, iron pnu and pans for shipment to Caddo, at the store of McCarthy & Co., the horse took fright and sud- denly started at full speed. Tom McCarthy, who was standing on the dray, fell off and one of tho wheels passed ov$r his body, in- flicting, however, only slight bruises. Stoves, pots, stove pipo and pans, were scattered in pro- fusion along the street from tho j store to the corner of Crawford street, where the horse was stop- ped. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 September 1940

SEPT. THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FOUR SOCIETY NOTES Newi Society Phone Your Miss Frances Crumpton To Marry In October Mrs. J. M. Crumpton enter- tained this morning with & coffee at her home, 909 W. Uandy, lo announce the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Frances Crumpton, to Lieut. Frank Semple of Caddo, Okla. The Episcopal service will be rend on October 20 at the King Chapel, in Boston, Mass., with the Rev. Palfrey Perkins reading the marriage vows. Attendants will foe Lt. and Mrs. Harry E Brown, Lt. and Mrs. Charles. Turner, Lt. E5ben Whiting, and Lt. R. (M. Roberts, all of Bosto After a wedding trip to New York, the couple will be at home in Winthrope. Mass., where Lt. Semple, a United States Army of- ficer, has been assigned to duty AVith the Coast Artillery Corps iDo- fense in Boston Har<bnr. Oklahoma (4. and M. Graduate Lt. Semple is the son of Mr. ,-nd Mrs. C. C, Semple of Caddo. !>nd is a graduate of the Cad lo V'pih school and Oklahoma A. and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 September 1940

M hhbhhhhhhh WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair and cloudy today and Tuesday THE DENISON published daily jfixcrpt Sunday your home-ownep uaily newspaper 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT. 30. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 84 Russia Denies Rumor It Will Join Axis EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • Best laugh: An advertisement on a show says: "Strange Wild Animals, World's Fair Freaks, Captivating Cuties" . . . The coaching1 staff at Denison hi isn't down hearted over the loss to Greenville and tie with McKinney the past two weeks, firmly believ- ing the Jackets will get off on the right foot before district 5AA play opens early ijext month . . . The Jackets play Graham, home operations, and his wife who leave '.oday for Washington where Ma- jor Clay will assist the adminis- trator of the Civil Commission on the proposed emer- gency airport construction pro- gam and also to honor Capt. Gor- town of Clark Jarnagin, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 September 1940

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS EatwblUhwl In 1UI Telephone No. SO* Of flee of Publication 807 W. Mala LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Ed.itor J. O. HOLL1S Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New* vaper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,'•Chi ago. I1L 3^. Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen ; m individual and civic integrity; to individual arar civic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Preaa will ke gtv. i advertisers desiring blind ad drew. \H 1 SUBSCRIPflON IATZS One Week J*ie Month Three Months tin advance) . Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) 1* «c i 0r 11.71 $3.6ti CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraow having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill<i>. presented. 10 per cent Will be added on unpaid private account* after SO days from date of first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 September 1940

MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE TERES •DENISON FOOD LOCKERS, INC. IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS HERE Saies Money For Clients OVER 100 OF LOCKERS RENTED * The most modern up-to-date method- of food preservation is now available to citizens of North Texar with the erection here of the Denison Frozen Food Lockers, Inc., 1,11 S. Fannin avenue, now open for business under capable direction of William L. Curiek, president and manager of the plant. Because of advantages offered by the plant it is no longer neces- sary to await the arrival of cold weather before butchering beef, hogs or sheep. All that is neces- sary is to simply butcher or have the plant's expert do the job at your convenience. Bring the car- cass to the plant where facilities ore provided to cool it and place in one of the lockers where it Is kept fresh and may be obtained at anv time. The 200 locker compartments measure 18x18x30 inches inside pnd will hold a capacity of 250 to 300 pounds. Foods can be preserved in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 September 1940

DENISON PAGE FOUR MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phon« Newi Society Coonrod-McGee Kites Solemnized Sunday Evening h. M..- Johnson Miss liu'by McGee, daughter of Mrs. W. B. Price, and Buy Coon- rod, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. h Coonrod, were married in ah i'i formal ceremony at the First Baptist church Sunday evening with the Rev. J. F. Murrell, read- ing the service. Vows were exchanged before- i<n altar of Ibanked ferns and ti.ll white candles in floor candelabra. 'White satin bows marked the brid- al aisle. Candies were lighted by Mrs. Hassell Holder, the brida'-' sister. The bride, who was given i « marriage by her foster father George Clark, was dressed in a costume suit of soldier blue with red fox trim and her accessories were black. She carried a •prayer book on which was arranged a| .spray of gladioli. Mrs. J. H. ;?rown of Durant, who wore a rust wool suit with brown acces- sories. was matron of honor; Mi'.s jRosemary Eden, in a suit of Jrrreen with gold trim was maid o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 October 1940

/v.; • *' , • WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Fair and warm Wednesday and Thursday THE PUBLISHED DAILY RXCWT SUNDAY YOUR HOME'OWNEp IMILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 80 Hitler Nay Turn Night To Mediterranean, Suez HIGHWAY 75 MAY BE MADE 4 LANES Plans are in progress to make U. S. highway 75 a four-lane ma- jor cross country route of military importance, according to an an- nouncement received here from M. C. Harper of Dallas, promotion manager of the U. S. highway 75 association. EVERDAY DENISON y LOUIS ANDERSON k If S. E. Barnctt had his way, 'every newspaper personage would be in the state pen at Huntsville not later than Oct. 13—Press day at the annual Texas prison rodeo. . . Bob Hope last night muffed so many of his lines you lost the spirit of humor, but Fib/her Mc- Gee and Molly came back with a splash that made one feel wet. It might have been cold sweat breaking out ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 October 1940

"V ' PAGE TWO the denison press Wednesday, oct. 2,194c THE DENISON PRESS EatwbHahed tn ltll Telephone No. <00 Office of Publication 807 W Mala LeM)Y M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Swp't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newsi vaper Representatives, Inc., Wrigiay Building,'*CM 'ago, III. Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen ) *0 individual and civic integrity; to individual anr civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Prew will ke gtvi t advertisers desiring <blind addr SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — — One Month —. Three Months un advance) Biz Months (in advance) Ore Year (in advance) lfc -?*1 _ v0< 91.71 $8.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraon* having telephone listed in their own name and up- on Agreeing to remit when bill >i . presented. 1(! per cent will be added on unpaid private aceountt after 30 days from date o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 October 1940

li £:" WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2,1940 THE DENISON PRESS > DEN1SON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY October 2, 1878 , At an early hour this morning, wagons loaded with bales of cot- ton to be entered in competition for the prizes offered by the Den- ison Pair association, commenced to arrive from every direction, and by 9 o'clock Main street was literally crowded. It is estimated thut nearly five hundred bales of the fleecy staple were brought to the city during the day. 0 vj hundred and ninety-two bales were entered to compete for the prizes offered, and a squad of men was kept busy unloading and placing them in the two store rooms in the Muller building, kindly placed at the disposal of the association. Messrs. R. B. Fletcher, James H Cummins and John Uavan attend- ed to receiving and marking the bales. At 3 o'clock the judges commenced their work. For the sweepstakes bale the judges could not agree. The bales entered by T. J. Lee of Grayson county and ID. B. Morgison of Cooke county,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 October 1940

SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Your Mill Newi 12:80. A 'business sessiop will fol- low with Mrs. V. L. Morefield, presiding, and the newly elected Prizes Are Awarded In Flower Show Estelle Bean Is Bride Of M. F. Nix Prizes were awarded in the Re-i, In a double ring ceremony per IRKver Valley Fair Flower exhibit,' formed Tuesday morning at the 1 manse of the First Presbyterian Tuesday, and the juuges weri later honored with a luncheon at the Hotel Grayson by officers of the Denison Garden Club, who were in charge of the show. Judges were Mrs. Edward Womack and Mrs. True Aa'ams of Bonham, Mrs. Winetta Riding and Mrs. Vance Posey of Durart. Mrs. Posey is president of the Du- rant Garden club, and vice presi- dent of the South East SDivisiun of the Oklahoma Garden clubs. HoFts at the luncheon were Mf3/ E. L. Hailey, presio'ent of tht Denison club; Mrs. E. F. SmitV vice president, and general chair- man of the flower exhibit b - r^ngements; Miss Connie Tuekei assistant chaii*man: Mrs. Luther Cherry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair and cloudy today and Friday [THE DENISON PUBLISH*!) DAILY RXCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEB IMILY NEWSPAPER 36c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., OCtf. 3rd. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 87 Chamberlain Quits As British Cabinet Head * everday * W. Lee 0'Daniel To Be denison jn Denison Tuesday Uy LOUIS ANDERSON 9 Reports tell us the Red River Valley fair at Sherman is one of the best there in years . . . Bill Conatser, former Denison flash, has the best punting record in the southwest conference this week, averaging 43.83 yards per try . . . John Kimbrough of the Aggies, with 5.09 yards per try, ranks seventh among ball carriers . . . Orville Lee in the Paris News still contends his Wildcats will over- come Sulphur Springs Fridny 1 e|y 'e8Pec . i , , , . * ! PhP envfl night, which may or may not tell j the district what the Cats really have in 1940 . . . Fred Allen got off to a good start under ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1940

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS ■K ' THURS., OCT. 3rd, 1940 — — TI THE DENISON PRESS CataiblUh«d In l l« Telephone No. BOO Of fie* of Publication 807 W. M i LeliOY M. ANDERSON, Editor LuROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Swp't LOUIS V. ANDERSON . City Editor 3. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager ■J I 1R T it tl tl %\ V o a IV r (I 0 ¥ 1 v t j grass Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newt* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrifley Building,vChi 'ago, m. - Dedicated to clean and responsive governnten J to individual and civic integrity; to individual ant" tivic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS,'Care Deniaon Ptmi will b« giv j advertisers desiring blind addri - 1* _ Mc _ 00c $1.76 $8.50 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One WeeJt Jtio Month Three Months vin advance) Six Months (in advance) One Yeur (in advance) ______ CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill «i«. presented. 10 per cent will be ...

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