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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

I Your G! Rsghts Iftfour mmiK m m\ PONS AM ANSWtRS SUVtCIMlM'S MOIllMS TRAFT CHIEFS FXPLAIN CCTOBER 5 'DEADLINE' By DOUGLAS LARSEN NEA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Nov. 2- NKA' —Men now in tfrc armed f"rcr end those considevinK re-enlisting m Mill sending in many ques- tions regard inti the C51 bene tit" they will earn now that the Oct. 3 "deadline' is past. Here is the official explanation of this "deadline" and its mean- ing, as expressed by National Se- lective Service headquarter*. "Members cf the armed force* Inducted under tho-Solective Sei- vice Act «and those enlisting' be- fore the war is officially termin- ated will be entitled to the bene- fits provided for World War II veterans by the 'GI Bill of Bights The only material difference be- tween the benefits to be obtained Ly the man who enters between now and the official ending oi the war and the man who re- enlisted or enlisted before Oct. rt. 140, under the Voluntary Re- cruitment Act. has to do with the extent of tho...

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

Page «-C—Borg.r, (Tmi) N«w -H r ld—Sunday. Nor. 3- 1946 Brother Against Brother OPA Removes Restriction On Cotton Pricing WASHINGTON, Nov. S—(AV- The OPA. under pressure from the White House, today togged for the scrap pile a prieing regulation which some interests blamed for recent gyrations of the cotton mar- ket. The order will go by the board probably on Monday, OPA offi- cials said, in view of what they regard as an edict from Reconver- sion Director John R. Steelman that it be eliminated. The regulation prohibits mills from pricing finished cotton goods for more than 120 days in advance, except under certain conditions. Southern congress members pro- tested to President Truman and Steelman that this limitation was an important reason for the sharp and sudden decline of cotton pric- es from a record high reached early in October. • The price skid took cotton down as much as $50 a bale and forccd major exchanges to close three times during the last two weeks. Since the latest re...

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

Pago 5 C— Borger Tpxhs Nf** Horald Sunday. Nov. 3. 194B Relics of Retribution 3 SUIl unclaimed in Nuernberg prison's supply nmm are the clothes of the 21 Nazi war criminals whose late was settled by the Allied court of justice. Photo shows Julius Stretcher's oid-fashioned high hoes and battered hat; Albert Speer's shoes, with his suspenders stufjpd in them: and Hermann Gaering's lona suspenders. 1MI liUVtMBt'R VALUES drug siom Store-wide v.tlucs at savings so £rcat they ate .t/moit a gi/t. Don't delay, C'.hctk your drug store needs I sot Roan "Atpiro<d>" COID CAPSULES and 10c Roall "Atplrtx" COUGH DROPS Dependable cough and cold reliefs specially priced for a limited time only. 60c Value! RADIO ADVERTISED RADIO ADVERTISED Rexall Puretest ASPIRIN TABLETS 7Sc Listerine 59c $1-25 Peruna 98c $1.25 Beef, Wine & Iron 89c V 7AMINS -"BufSiyU, r« oooci rULl QUART Rexall MILK Of 100 Panovile 100 Vigran 100 Abdol Caps MAGNESIA Economy Size 69c C.XATIVES tff&i SI.20 Syrup Pepsin $...

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

ft If THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Published at 20S North Main Sir**!. B«gw, Tmu **9r7 •xctpt Saturday, and en Sunday morning by Panhandle Publnhlng. Company. Inc.. Publishers. J. C. Phillips Editor and Managar One Yea* >11-00 Six Months 5.75 Three Monlhi _— 3-OC Umm - —-—*— — mo Weekly .... •« Entered as second-class matter November 23. 1926. at the Post Office at Borger. Tenas under the Act of March I. 18°" The Associated Press is raclusivelr entitled to the use ot republl cation of all #«•• *li pa c ><" credited to it or not otherwise Page S-C—Borcrn., (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday. Nov. 3, 1946 Kiwanis Speaker Discusses Good Roads Amerv !• -: many sections of our state where a mu(' rribd i* tho only oonnectinu link between the farm and tht town. "Thousands ot farm units wlU be 'holed up" due to impasrablc roods this winter," Wilso.-t ' cnarged. It is not in keepitiR with "The Good Roods Constitutional progpassixe Texas that tnes.. amendment to be submitted to tht.. varm# sh' ttl...

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

,.Ul 1 I .'in fin; ID 150 0|' laled ' int 0. Main! $ „c Lot wttfc rhapvr ■N I OR NO. IMi Lapp | -AD.'.'- | HUM ADIE. airr LMON rvjf. u • fS^ERSA'i' | [CAP.C.U r ' RNER | HELP. kOCHO! IQUICK llph Lan' b MM v 1—SPECIAL NOTICE® boOKKKRPINC ana Payroll Service Income tax report* prepan d and filed. Moftitt Bookkeeping Si-rvtee. S03«i Worth Main, Rooms TO and 11 275-2 Uc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES olack and whit, and Blueprint work of all typar I day aarvtca. Pbona t — Ofllca Supply Muuia 12! d(i WE REPAIR all makat typawrltari and adding machlnaa. Phona 5 for prompt and guaranteed aarvica. Tha Offlca Supply. 11 -HOUSEHOLD GOODS ?OR~SALE New automatic combluT- tlon cabinet model radio-phonograph. 606 Lee aiter 6 p.m. 2 l-3tp I'OH SALE: Cheap, bedroom suite, cook aove, 79 lb new Coolerator and Vage 1-C—Borger, (Texas) News-Herald- Sunday, Nov. S, 1946 2 l-3tp oher articles 2nd t.ouse on left past tPmeury, ILL SCLL cliea eating Urge faouw WILL SEI.L cheap--Good circulating heater capable of he " ■...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

1* Page 8'C THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Sunday. November 3, 194C' Children's Cotton Quality cotton, long wearing pantiei. Req OPA price 56c. Dol lar Day ■7 ■ y ■ DOLLAR DAY Hegardless oi what offers have been made to date none can compare in style, quality and low price of these outstanding reductions we offer Dollar Day! All of these outstanding values are fresh, new stock — The same that cost you almost double our Dollar Day price! Buy and com- pare! And remember . . • "SHOP DUNLAP'S—YOUR STORE!" WOMEN'S SWEATERS WOMEN'S SKIRTS This is a special value group of 100°° wool sweat- ers in smartest styles. Vols to $12.95 WOOLEN PIECE GOODS One lot in plaids and sol- id colors. S4-inches wide* Special Vols, to $3.95 Yd. YD. Women's Novelty Shoes ONE LOT Smart rtyles with high or low heels — in suede, calf or patent. One rack only reduced for Dollar Day. Vols, to $6.95 Ladies' A special Dollar Day ofier of big, colorful scarf? in a variety of pleasing patterns Reg. $1.98 Val. Finest q...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

Pugc I B—Borger, (Texas* Newt Herald—Sunday, No*. 3, 1946 Interpreting The NEWS Friich News By JAMES D. WHITE Associated Press Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2—UP) —As United Nations diplomat* lake up the cry for disarmament, ii is necessary to note an import- : nt step which has been taken in the natural development of arma- ments. This is the decision of the Brit- ish empire to standardize its weapons with those of the United States. This has been on the fire ( for somt time, and for some time f the American high command has wanted to apply the same prin- ciple to Latin America too. Standardization will take time to effect, but in the end it will mean American calibers will be standard at such tar-flung places as Auckland, Johannesburg, Port Darwin, Whithorse, Hudson Bay, Singapore. In the arguments sure to take place over disarmament and the uncomfortable question of in- spection associated with it, So- viet Russia may complain that this standardization of weapons is an armamen...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

>«ge S-B—Borger, Texas) NewiHsrsId—Sunday, No*. 3, 1946 I I * Washington Column • By PETER EDSON NEA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON. Nov. 2—'NEAi —The groat, sea-going-sized irony of the prevent mt^od-up mari- time situation is that the United States—the num!K>r one mari- time oower of the world—has only 20 passenger liners in oper- ation. In 1940 American shipping com- panies had a combined fleet of 154 passenger vessels. Ail were converted into troop-carriers. Fif- ty-four of them were lost in ac- tion. scrapped or sold. Of the remaining 100 which v ere afloat a year ago, 59 were over 20 years old tout may tut be worth reconverting. Of th.> 41 less than 20 years old. only one has been reconverted, it's the America, largest liner ever built in this country. She's reiuiy for her reconverted maidon voy- age but was tied up by the re- cently ended maritime strike. The.only liners not tied up were tfte MaUonia, cleared for emer- gency food-carrying to Hawalii 8 d the Vulc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

■ Texas U. Professor To Be in Amarillo On November 6,7 AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 3— UP) — "Education for Peace" will be dis- jcussed by Dr. J. G. Umstattd, pro- j lessor of secondary oducttion at the University of Texas, in a se- ries of talks to public school fac- ulties of the Texas Study and Sec- . Take Off Ugly Fal With This Home Recipe H*rt b an Inexpentivp homo roclpo for t V- fig off unEninly w<-l*ht and h-lp bring y>*ck alluring curve, and graceful alcnder- fnetr. JiMt srit fr<im your drucvlit. four 1 ou"<'™ ,of li.auld Barcentrate (formerly called Ilarccl Concentr t '). Add enough grapefruit juice to mpJie a pint. Thin just take two tablespoonsful twice a day. Won- derful result* may lo obtained quickly. Kow you may ullrn down your ligure and lone pounda of ugly fat without back breaking esereiso or starvation diet. Jt'j c-nav to make and a y to take, OunUini nothing harmful. If the very first bottle dnewii i ahow yon the almple, eery way to loae bulky weight and help ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

Texas Motorists Wish For Model T As Battery Shortage Develops Seven Notices of Drill Intentions Filed Last Week Pe<j«*-B— Borger. (Texat) Nrw Herald—Sunday. Nov. 3. 1946 Seven noticcs of intention to drill were filed lost week with the iullroad commission offices in Pampa. Sites and operators arc a s fol- low: Gray county—Bell Oil & Gas company. Byrum no. 4. I & GN survey, 990 from N and 330' from E lines of W/2 SE/4, sec. 188, fctk. 3, 7 miles W of Pampa. Gray county—Cree and Hoover. Griffith Davidson no. 5, H & GN survey, 990' from N and 330' from E lines of E/2 of SE/4, sec. 65, blk. B-2, 15 miles SE of Pampa. Hutchinson county—Gulf Oil corporation. C. L. Dial ni . 134. H It GN survey. 2290' from N and 1373' from E Unas, sec. 1. blk. 1, 4 miles SE of Stinnett. Sherman county—Cities Service 011 company, Cossie P. Shoun no. I, T & NO survey. 2540' from S and W lines of sec. 348, blk. "1-T", 12 miles s of Stratford. Sherman county—Phillips pe- troleum company, Bri...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

rokgkr. tf.xas licfdlfr SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 19-M t. m reg u. $. f at. off. they somethin n o \rJ what makes you so1- rude,half-gainer? this gentleman was just picking up my bag/ i don't trust him, slsf he looks like bout muluui rtbiamuuiuiw""] •m <fofl WiLE WAITING \N FOR A BUS, a younjgwoman drops m&r purse and easy's attempted gallantry hits a heavy- weight snag stop/ "rtdu're not in) the) ^rlng now, half-gainer?/ don't fight with my brother, mister! we's already punch drunk! ( kegp^v dinner warm/) sis! i'll be right home! I rw]&ll,well'. half-gainer \|j mcgurkey, champ diver ofa-- j THE RING, SvWATTlM' innocent SWATTIN x BYSTANDERS) -u—x~"^=th couldn't AGAIM! j—ir-TFTT^HELP IT! i n s /rv > £t/ heard a bell ft AND 1 T'OUSHT I WAS> IK) THE RING AGAIN! LET HIM GO, SUH*. HE'S all Right now! f YOU'RE LUC<V THIS TIME, McGURKEY,BUT WO SETTER STAY AWAY FROM , v v BELLS!) t'anks! me sister carmen and me ain't had nothing but bad luck lately? maybe i t: CAN HELP You) OU...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

(AMD iT ■' A CiMCH § H-AMP I . : f-A.'J I U-E'LL NEEP THIS *\ OUT "THE WHEEL* WE LL WEEP A HAKE, ALL RIGHT/ ■ • lOVE'./ X BAC: tow.' WUkts. r-s L ( OF ALL THIMGS/ WE'RE 1 GOIMG TO HAVE OLIE. SARD CLEANED UP/ WILLIS IS GE.TTlMG / THIMGS OUT OF I THE GARAGE- \ AMP HIS FRlEUP, WILLIS NE.EPS SOME MOMEY/THATS THE BIG f :i IPEA BEHIMP H'S SUPPEM If J fl7 H/ HE 5 MOT ( oh, tm \ STOPPINJa IKJ OUR SARD/ I MIGHT T HAVE KNOWM ) rr / ^ rusTcv/ but n il be /-ORTH IT TO GET IT I"OMC WITHOUT A gm LOl OF COA>IWO.'/ OH ,THETSA&OOPV . KiD, ALL IM / \LL. MOTHER.' ' BUTCH. IS HELP IMG HIM/^y OH, WHY DOM'T VOL! LET HIM ALOME ? HE'S JUST LIKE ALL kIPS HIS A£>E--SO LET HIM EMJOV HIM SELF// - '.r- WHV GET ALL UP SET AMD GIVE YOURSELF A LOT OF GRAY HAIR IM A HUREY A/ILLIS ISTAklMG OUR . \rpew thimgs some- where else to work.' I have , a miction) to v go out amp haul him RIGHT BAOc HERE THIS:* OH, \SE CLEAWEP UP OUR FOOTBALL GROUNDS AMD WE PUTT IMG THIS JUNK. IM OUR VARD TILL THE RUBBISH NVAM =-V C...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

i>v 1 ^ 'J si :arbo "a m A -o j- Btofaef SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1946 | THIMBLE THEATRE IWmUwed U. S. P«t«n Olflr*. Starring Popeye i know what i'll co, i'll-} - write popeye * a note in ~~ shorthand you cant <50^) -r, ,r -^u 1/iLJ IT U l i he said so/me thing \ c about goino to the j— 7 movies heck!.' i thought IT WOULD BE LIKE A DICTIONARY.'.' i'll tell him to meet me there IT looks uke shorthand, popeye, but i cant tell you what it says // okay i will ansner it the same WAY) the book is too complicated, and he cant read shorthand/ anyway— i'll make up my own goofy damef.' } i suspose she just wants to have a date rp goodness ff i didnt know popeye could write shorthand// no, i they's nobody home haven't that i^ must be what it is// taw showing sy here he comes now, i'll pretend i understood what he wrote// ahoy, kv certainly // how't^ .-#• ya else could i < ' / got me </ know where toj note meet YOU?? j % oian < SODAS ,r.ZO* FTJ rights icstrvtd copt 1946. king ft <u...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

V KATZENJAMMER KIDS btf fSERGEANT PHIL BUSTER,NOUR MAJESTY' T I'M ASOLDIFR OF FORTUNF AND I DON'T KNOW THlE MEANING OF FEAR.' A1 YOUR J i SERVICE/ y ?y AND WOT'S MORE I KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH FRESH BRA IS/ j mee! m no.' mo1 UA! MA' [sounds interest-] Sing/ tell me- r *—*MORE.' *—> ry v PMAR/ MAR / [ SERGEANT ^ J BUSTER,YOLI'RB S (A MAN AFIER MY ) OWN ME ART/ -—' ] MAW/ HAW/ t ZZIC \ i/tDv 1 YEP/ I'M A FATALIST/ MEM! MEM S'F VER NAME'S ON A BULLET, SVOU'i L GE1 II 50 WOT'S TME ataa^TTTD S USE OF BE)N' SCARED, I «wT? l,alwayssw mar- mau ) T NEED A BRAVE MAN IN MY INTELU-J: _"^-~>C,ENCE DEPARTMENT TO f PREVENT SABOTAGE!) S V M I tVC-.V LlN I V^~ I& f 'CVlCK1 OER SMORTi !J « ® * *5"^ *• ' . 0' ROYAL ARStNAL MO SMOKING - -OR tUSE' I HEAVENS/ MY SMELLS.' MY ROCKETS' IT'S SABOTAGE/r p' /' t UALP! MY NAME.' IT'S ON ALL TME 1 NOW T—T / LEI ME ' J/SUOW YOU ; . b UME ROYAL ,• { \ARSFNAL/ .f ! V. SMELLS' DOLLINK BtFORF ipH\LbU?TtJR{ WdER ¥ mysst BLA">W<, DON'T BE 5UCM I WMEN YfR^ ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

•> 0 I 1/ THECE,THE F N. — s R NOW TO TrfVkE IT IHTTf FiNlbMlNc TOUCH TO THE ^ EXHIBITION 3~-T^/frv l|S?tA BEAT \ ffm 'iV". ^ ...ANP THE ^EAND I—-= P&ZE TO MICKE> VOuSE\ FOR HIS TWRlLLINo \SO(?K, \ MLs- ^— 0 f • I « * i £>XcS. RASSiT IS PLAmnj' A TCtiC< ONI S2EK. pox. AM' B2ES BAR TO sK IP TH6> iS £E£-FO£\.\=C2. ■ f Z 30c 5 Y USSBNi' H5 CONc ) to TH gjrrow / jump >NJ de / ^resents.. "CTfflciiUg n - and S tales f BSE land alive . _ ._ OOWN ^ANT;> \—-i -. oAC X is Tjh'GHOST OP gCcf?. 7 uvea £-, CP TH' PO>J3- KeR-JpL^"' r KA33 ~ A*/ X ^'V'c£ paw.\ AT r^' bottom ' •"■ w'—ST <^c MlLU / - and his of- K « RABBIT Based on the stories by JOEl. CHANDLER HARRIS *>r^9 /'sCV -^VT <3lT / awAV "CAuSS, >> I 'S Au*£AOV ^ got* vou1^ ®?aT * U H6 5 GOT <30® WHUT? _;av AVINJ NO oHOST S GOnnA. git MV KSPUeCTiON ? 3 Sr ' jVtwSfcV CA\'T K.5TCH HO_T 4?^ Q5£p. <=A£W PC? ^ov $ > Cg rj- - o,-I^y^BHPr~3

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

LITTLE ANNIE RPoNEY V waIT Hr|iit«r«d U 5 P >«al Olfic* J HERE 15 THE COMPLETE REPORT ON MRS. MEANV. SHE 15 A PATIENT IM A VERY EXPENSIVE PRIVATE INSTITUTION FOR civmi tr iiNr> ii i u i iu/in r o-k. _ I NERVOUS AILMENTS — } / ) paV _ .— y lih // Q 3*ITWtW/ HUM-THE OL0 SHE-WOLF MIGHT EVEN PRETEND TO 9e ILL IN THE HOPE OF MAKING ME THINK SHE IS NO WE HAVE HAP HER UNDER CONSTANT OBSERVATION—I AM POSITIVE* SHE IS NOT ^SHAMMING NOW ITS A SWELL TOWN FULL-I OF HAPPY REAL PEOPLE- you KIN EASY TELL — J THEYAlN'TGHOSTS- 'CAUSE GHOSTS DONT LAFF- SALVATION POCKS TIE FASTEST GROWING TOWN IN TIE COUNTTRV -IT STARTED WITH A RUSH AND WILL KEEP SPEEDING AHEAD .UNTIL- Ten-strike tobin-take ^hame of YOURSELF-STANDING THERE YAPPiN 'BOUT SPEED-SPEED \& THE CURSE OF THE WORLD AN ID J~~T always XT was BUT. MA'AM- J DON'T YOU'BUT MA'AM" ME - QUICK MARRIAGES A4EAN QUICK DIVORCES- QUICK LUNCHES SPELL FAST FUNERALS- MUSHROOMS BRAGGlN'THEY GROW FASTER THAN OAK TREES- 31 v— /• _ SPEED IS TURNING THE W...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

<1 Y>y CHIC YOUNG- fop ten years I've been putting up with stupf= like that from him-- i've reached the end of my endurance great scott: the cork came out of dag wood's thermos n and coffee spilled all over my (important* ft# u. s wSte?)BTO nicelyj look, dagwood, ) \\ i've got one 4-j ip of those new \ fountain pens that writes . under water j trv it out once ) go ahead write your name at the bottom of that line 3 you signed away all) p that paper you just signed gives . ^ me permission-^ w to hit you over i the head wl a chair vour rights to sue me or have me , arrested p any mayhem i can think op- is allowed short of murder it also gives me 1 permission to pour a whole pottle of water over >ou and you can't anytw CSfr you also granted me ^ 'j~ the right to stick your finger im the electric pencil sharpener ~ 5 1/ \Jti' 5 / lets see, i guess that covers everything a rr CS i'll never ^ sign anything again, without reading it over first ( okay i've got it all out t of my sys...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

• • THE LONE RANGER BY BOB GSEEN I WONDER IF Ml)LEY REALIZES JUST HOW MUCH RISK HE'S TAKING ? Lli li X TELL YOU, MULEY, IT'S DANGEROUS TO DEFY CONWAY!! HE'LL DO ANY- THING TO PROVE HE'5 THE r1 ONLY ONE WHO CAN HANDLE J THE FREIGHT!j BAH! Ji M/ — ) ° O, o O.o O t l®°o I • O O ( HE'S AFTER A CONTRACT HANDLE FREIGHT FOR STODDARD'S MINE. HE WON'T SIT STILL WHILE VOU MOVE THE FREIGHT AT HALF THE PRICE! TO IF HE DON'T WANT TUH SIT STILL, LET HIM SIT AN'SQUIRM! I'M AMOVINI' THIS FREIGHT! Wl'. o O i\'A o o. o o o o o o o ' V c ii' t if-. / o Oifa-^x O o o TROUBLE IS, CON- WAY, IF ANYTHING HAPPENS TO MULEY, YOU'LL BE SUSPECTED OF CAUSIN1 IT! NOT THE WAS I HAVE THINGS PLANNED. LOOK AT THIS MAP, ARDENJ y TO REACH THE GOLCON- DA MINE, MULEY HAS TO GO THROUGH THIS CAN- YON FOR ABOUT FIFTEEN MILES. LET HIM GET HALF WAY THROUGH THE CAN 1 THEN SHOOT HIM.' AND SHOOT TO KILL' < < pr !«>«/ , The tone Ranger n x CONTINUED. V i «

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 November 1946

FLASH U I Nun Qm— fi AS FLASH AND DALE EXPLORE THE CAVERNS UNDER THE GLACIER, THEY ARE ATTACKED BY CAVE MEN DALE STRUGGLES DESPERATELY TO TURN HER WOUNDED AND MADDENED TOROK AGAINST THE ATTACKER. THE CAVE MANS CLAWS, IRON HARD FROM DI<56'N<5 THROUGH ICE AND ROCK'S, ARE CRUSHING OUT FLASH'S LIFE / : $§ v llj; ... NEXT WEEK: UNDER- GROUND RAM? FLASH USES THE LAST OF HIS STRENGTH TO PUSH THE CAVE MAN INTO THE TOROK'S PATH. . . Vv\ ■ V I <~c\ THE TOROK TOSSES THE CAVE MAN AGjAINST THE WALL, FLASH CROAKS HOARSE LV^ *THAHXS,DALE--H£ WAS PRETTY TDOG^.'"

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