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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Notre Dame . 41 UCLA Tulane 0 So. Cal. 13 Illinois 20 Rice 6 Northwestern 0 TCU 13 0 SMU . Baylor 35 0 Oklahoma .. 27 Nebraska. v 6 Michigan ... 58 Okla. A&M . 59 Texas Tech . 16 Ohio State .. 6 Drake 7 Arizona ... 0 r i WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Sunday fair and mild es- capt partly cloudy to cloudy and cooler with scattered light r<nn in Panhandle. Monday partly cloudy !o cloudy and cooler with scattered light rain except Panhandlo Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 20—No. 310 NEA Service Assoeioted Press Borger, Texas, Sunday, November 24, 1946 (Thirty-Two Pages Today) Price 5c ■*/ ! .fit i* w I T Darkness Delays Rescue Of Crash Survivors From Glacier in Swiss Alps MEIRINGEN. Switzerland. Nov. 23—(AP)— A 60 man rescue squad today crawled to 11 Americans whose U.. Army transport plane crashed on a glacier hiqh in the Alps, but Swiss military sources said the squad had abandoned efforts to start removal of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Pag# 3—Borger, (Texas) N< Police Capture Man Sought in Hold-up Slaying LITTLE ROCK W. WWthorfo m, wwntwd in risy, was captured today aftei Jiijth-spcod chase Ummsh N«rO, Little flock district of *t(1c polit' lice and city officer-, ft. E. Brown, -sergeant m Uv. Boel; di-triet of state <• paid two slate patrolmen wc > M. S. FLEGLE CO. Building — Construction Bulldtne Better Homti Slncc 1137 Let U lteli) Ynu DMlgn Your How Home—Also Remodel 4It Roosevelt Phon* W6I W Not. 24. 1346 They pulled over to investl#at \ 9ft, 1-4 own wid, nnd Weatherfont f 'Uinped |ilo the cm and fled. Brawn wnid he wn* only a few : 'sloek-s behind the patrol ear wh®a | !m v.-.i- .-ailed in on the chaste. ; fwo < U> QtUe Hock city p;<- s.-oimepv l He H-onc. al*« wara I'fsl't'il iii The iiiKitivc began tli|vin,1,, i'jii of tiuvn with, hUse noliee (n hot pursuit. We:dhetford w * taken to Met •olu <• iieaiioiiHrtti •• after being i c..putted. He n waiver an 1 will l'"> tetui tied to Housto...

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

stt WTi P«g>e 3—Borger. 'Tex«> News Herald—Sunday- Nov. 24. !94B It's a Crying Shame-But Country Store Can't Supply Whole Nation CHILEAN TROOPS HELD TO QUARTERS SANTIAGO. Chile, Nov. 23—0 > •—Chilean troops were restricted to quarters today following the publication of rumors of "insu- bordination" among officers dur- ing uneuvers at I'eldehue. There was no official explanation of the restriction order. Real Radio and Refrig- eration Service. H. E. Hardeman. Phone 143. Tj&wki CRfWY'S ANtU Hi >4 fIRMM nmno i" Mil -g flllS Tl*PJA' MIEZ& 1 apja^H li'OVtBVT j" rwtwxc,. i Bv WILLIAM C. BARNARD HAMILTON. Tex., Nov. 28-- i/PI—* After all folks a 100-cu - ornev store can t Mippjy the n.i- tjon. l.;s<t week. the A Miciatoci Pre* catriej a -torv which said a country More operated by W. K. Shaffer 10 miles north of here h<> never been short on anything. II < sbelve- were bulging with ufaf • rt'i s<j p and its meat counter wfs* crtAMleri with T-bone steaks • i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Sun Spots Revealed By Partial Eclipse Saturday Morning i 1 ™!: NEW YORK. Nov. 23— The moon passed between th nrkf the earth today, bring a tial solar ev:lipse for more three hours no® Ttvmu 1 ii i a Maid—Sunday, Nit. Si, IMI I number of sun spots, one of then much larger than the earth itse?f Clouds spoiled the show part oi ! the time for observers in the j northeast part of the nation, in* eluding Augusta. Me., where the ! phenomenon reached 64 percent I of totality, the largest degree | visible in the United States. It reached its top of tb percent in Greenland, near the Arctic cle. Livestock* Owner's Special! Bran—100 lbs. $2.55 Millrun—100 lbs. $2.75 Shorts—100 lbs. $3.00 (Limit—5 Bags per Customer) Cottonseed Meal Shipment Received THE BIG FEED STORE FRAlflK PIERRE 703 South Mali J. O. COOL.BAUGH "Cash and Carry" Phone 152 m AND DOLL HOUSES Toy Irons and Ironing Boards Little Homemaker Sets — Games Toy Bfobms — Toy Sewing Machines Desk Blackboards — Color Books Cap Pistols — An...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

P«ge S—Borger, (Tex« ) Newt-Herald—Sunday. Not. 24, 1948 MRS. AMERICA' TO BE CROWNED JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 23—<#) —Mrs. Fredda Acker of Anderson, S. C., who became Mrs. America when the housewife just ahead of her in the nationwide contest for- feited the title, will be crowned today at the Mississippi State-Un- iversity of Mississippi football Rome at Oxford, Miss. Illinois Wins Championship )f Big Nine EVANSTON. 111., Nov. 23—</F )— Illinois won it" fir*t l>iB run** championship since 1928 «i 'i Wharves is the plural of wharf, i P'-°bfhlv n Rose bowl bid with i; ... — . 20 to 0 victory over crippled Northwestern before 47,000 al Dyche stadium today. The victory was Illinois' sixth in seven Western conference game-. Sole conference loss was to Indiana 14-7. Illinois, whose one other set- back in nine names this season wus a 26 to 6 trimming by Notre Dame, now awaits a R«>*e bowl in- vitation from the Big Nine fac- ulty group. However, it's possib:? the latter'* balloting...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

I Bulldogs Cop Eighth Wis? / 70,000 Watch Irish Instrnci Tulane Gridders NFW ORLEANS. Nov. 23—iff) -—Notre DameV Irish treated a record southern crowd to a dem- onstration of new-ptrfect foot- ball here this afternoon, chooStn* 41 to 0, as the score by which thoy desired to trounce the TuHme Green Wave. Nearly 70,000 spectators, the Tarheels Topple Duke Blue Devils j CHAPEL HILL. N. C.. Nov. 23 J i —i/Pk North Carolina's Tar Heel*, j I with their brilliant freshman star, | ! Charlie Justice shooting off a bur-. j rel of lireworks, honded the Duke AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 23—l/P)— Blue Devils a convincing 22 to 7 Du. ., x. Bible, who has couched beatin* today and walked off with at bo,j, Texas A and M. and Texas a clear title to the Southern con- Alrtntt his 34-vear career us a , fereiwe grid championship. director of gridiron elevens, will I A crowd of 44,000 saw Coach ; v.-;itch the Annies and Lonjjhorns | Carl Snavely'a clunws spot their to; tt.li- here Thursday in the final | ancient r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

i I Pago 7— Borgvr, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Sunday, Nov. 24, 1946 Blackhawks Continue Drills For Bi-Disirict Playoff Game * Football Scores U. N. At-a-Glance LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Nov. 23 — —United Nation* at-a- ulnnce: The United States hoped for an agreement ' n world troop In "the advisory (unctions in the HIGH SCHOOL Clan AA oiSTnidf i Plainvlcw 14, PamfM 7 Rorgot- 7, Childress 0 AmarlllO 20, l,ubhock <! DISTRICT 2 Wichita falls 2t), Vernon 0 (confer- ence) Quanah 20, Electro 13 (confcrencc) DISTRICT ? Abilene 3-1, Bik Spring 12 (confer- ence i t,nmesa 13, Midland I! jconfcrencci Sweetwater 2ii, San AnVelo 0 icon- ferenco) DISTRICT * No ftmncs. DISTRICT S Gainesville 4(i. Bonhani 0 (confercnce) DISTRICT S Highland Park i Dallas) 44. Arling- ton (1 (conference! McKlnnry 19. Dm Ion (i (conference) DISTRICT "T Air,nil Carter-Hiviisulc (Furl Worth i ?fl. Polvtechnic (Fort Worth) 7 icon- forence) DISTRICT s Woodrow Wilson (Dallas) G, Ciw.ler Tech (Dallas) 0 (conference) DISTRICT 9 Step...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Pa§e I—Border, (Te*es) Newi-Herald—Sunday. Nov. 24 Resume oi Week's International Newt IMi icters of the United States. Great - ) RrtUtS, and France has ., for weeks been arjrutag about world peace. Triwrtr i The Americans sprang suddenly ' ■ . ... . 1 into the role of enmpromite-mov- On ^e,dny. Molotov uddanly crs In an attempt to find a means yleMed to British and American to settle a new dispute between Insistence that the proposed free Russia and Britain over troops territory of TriMte should be un- aiul nriw limitation. dcr a United Nations governor armed with stroni Interpreting The NEWS fir JAMES 0. WHITE Associated Press Staff Writer SAN FIlANClSCXf. Nov. 2a—<4>) powers achieved Br rnxNCift w. carpenter ^ a _ NEW YORK, Nov. 23 — </P) — What the Greeks called an "un- r^!H' AmerUa" pro«liiB« may be re Lnvtmt R.. <9 Bnj the western fio^it.ied v. ai" iui;eii alouu Greece's "?!"*.from theU. N. security coun- r,)rtet| waning in Chinu, but i smaU bvit real anthem ZUTc.^...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

1°) I y\4 Billie Grace Meredith is Bride of Garland Price In Amarillo Riles i Saturday, November 10 at 7 p.m. p .. m. *, in a ceremony marked for its sim- UOIMTllinilV 011101110 AI plicity, Miss Billie Grace Mere- _ . ' , .mi lithwtdau^hv!er.,00f wr\and M„r\A- Christian Church Today A. Meredith, 418 West Grand, be- * came the bride of Garland M. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Price, San Pedro, California. The service was held in the First Baptist Training Union Banquet Tuesday The Training Union of the First Baptist church will hold its an- nual banquet Tuesday evening at Pag* 9— Borger, (Texas) Newi-H rald—Sunday, No*. 24. 1946 The public is invited to attend 7:30 o'clock at the church a community singing at the First j Fori Mead, education director home of the bride's sister, Mrs. T. Christian church. 302 South Main, o( the cliff Temple Baptist church. Z. Walker, 1904 Tyler, Amarillo. from 2 to 4 o'clock this after- jjauaSi wm be the guest speaker, with the Rev. James G. Glenn, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Page 10—Borger, (T«xail News-Herald—Sunday. Not. 24, 1946 Rev. James Glenn Is 20ih Century Club Speaker The Rev. James <3. Glenn will e guest speaker at the regular iceting of Twentieth Century club 'ucsda.v nt 2rS0 p. to. in the Ft d- mted club rooms.He will talk on The family Lives Its Religion," The program will be directed by Pss Li tile Hostetlc, and music •111 be in keeping with the theme i the program Response to roll call will be verse of scripture. Hostesses will be Mrs. C. A. to- >o and Mrs. M. C. Kimball. modest budget proposed FOR unesco PARIS, Nov. 25—(>P)— William Henton, head of the American dol- t-ant ion. said today the United Na- tion* Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, should start off with a modest buttget—-p#;r- haps less than the 57,565,000 pro- ved by the UNESCO secretariat — but prepare for vastly larger projects later WMtNWU rttt ] 'AS if THE WHOli Vs'ORlO | 1$ AGAINST YOU AND VOU'VC NO MORE PEP THAN A Ft AT TIRE - GO TO CITY DRUG Co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Taylor Directed To Heiurn to Vatican On 'Peace Mission' WASHINGTON, Nov. 23—<JP>— President Truman today directed Myron C. Taylor to return to the Vatican and resume for about 30 days his "mission in behalf of peace." Taylor's purpose, as on previous missions, the president said in a statement issued by the White House, will be to "obtain for my guidance the counsel and cooper- ation of all men and women of wood will whether in religion, in nuvoiTmcnt, or in the pursuits of everyday life." Taylor has served as personal presidential representative to the Vatican for both Mr. Truman and the late President Roosevelt. Taylor has been visiting in the « ' HARD OF HEARING If you have trouble under standing ordinary conversa- tion— COME TO Sontone Hearing Center 1:00 p.m. tc 7:00 p r. Tomcrr^w Mo: iai No\. '. j BLAcK HOTEL Borger. Texas I will gladly make an audio- gram of your hearing. In 20 minutes you can tee how much your hearing has slipped and whether or not you nued a hearing a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

% Page 12—Borg r. (TexMl Newt-H«r«ld—Sunday. Not. 24. 1 4B Baptists Want School At Inactivated Field Shriners Active in Work With Crippled American Children The Shriners of North America •rt- very active in their work with crippled children. According to C. Herbst. Mure and more rase.- mydltii of race, creed, ur color, are being treated. while the Shriners of Nortt- America fre financing thin inost worthwhile humane activity, they feel lliat at hers may .want • part; and it is now possible lor anyone outside of tho organization to buy ft voluntary contributing liffc mem- berslup in the Shriners hospitals lor crippjed children.. A beautiful certificate 1b issued to everyone purchasing one of these memberships, said Herbst. JJEEVILLE. Tex,, Nov. 23—</!' —A special committee from tha ""inptist general convention ef xas will make a reoommendn- >n next month that Texan Bau* w '"ir^vnted f*htt"e fi«ld at Beevllle for eotablinh- «.i Oi a tii -year college. The committee, headed by Dr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

% J I* \ j • a k >«■ Pj I 9 German Experts To Work in U. S., Might Be Made Citizens nF.RLIN. Nov. 23—t/P)—Uncle/ <> voluntary plan which rewards them with United States citizen- ship if they prove out, approxi- mately 300 Gt'imnn "cienilsts and technicians have been taken to America to work, it was learned today from authoritative army and military government sources. Th«? American plan onvlnii^" .'mportation of about 1.000 nclec- Pign 19— Borg r, (Tixu) Niwa-HwiM—Suadiy, Nov. 14, 1141 Moscow Gave Orders for World Communist Party, Testifies Former Leader FOR SALE A Real Nice Heme • 8 Rooms end Bath • Venetian Blind* O Plenty of Built-in* • Basement • Floor Furnace • Large Cabinet Alto 3-room house with bath on back of lot with rock wool insulation. Both houses go together Would consider trade-in TERMS Located at 116 West Wilson Shown by Appointment Only JACK WALLS 715 North Main Phone 626 I ted German exoert* in industry 1 1.nance and medicinc. They w; ! work in the IT. s.,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

THE BORGER HEWS HERALD Publiihed at 205 North Main Street. Bortter. Texas eTery evening except Saturday and on Sunday morning by Panhandle PublUhino Company. Inc.. Publisher*. J. C. Phillips .. Editor and Manager On* Yaar $11.00 Six Month* 5.75 Three Moathl ___ 8.0E Month .. .... 1.10 Waakly .25 Entared ai econd-cl«si mat tar November 23. 1928. at the Po t Office at Borger T*%«a under tha Act of March I. It** The Ateociated P<«*. i« exclusively entitled to the ti«e ot repub1' cation of all ne~ • 4 i u icH*e credited to it or not otherwise Panola Field Row Returns to Court Page 14- S9T. (TexarJ News-He raid—Sunday. Nov. 24. 1946 ElimUlUMlfi Msnager Explains Security || Veteran Benefits By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK, Nov. 2.1 _<*>) — you meet "the great sea serpent." I on i!-dreamed of by zoologists, don't do anything hasty. Be friend- ly The mistake made by a group of Italian fishermen the other day wns in attacking the 100-foot rose- colored monster they say they saw in Lake Como. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

* I if 1—SPECIAL NOTICES If I.N OMAN'S Obibkp now open Cor buiiinen. General auto repair. All ■work RURrantci-r1 RoomvcU and Cedar St . I'hoiir ltMKi. _ 305-tii] > PAINTING and iinperiumelnft any- ltW(i in county or near Burner. All work guaranteed. Call lor Owe esti- mate. !U2 .N. Wonthoiiy. Phone 51H-W. 305-Mtp PIANO' Tl'N'ING and repairing. Glad- late timer. Relereoeo Phone 1908-J rayls BurgtU. ,K*Wiu akTVing Tfoustiiolii moods and turni- (lire uny plnce. For Information call ]!i2. Druce & Son Tjaiufn and Sloram aoa-*itc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES. OUCH and whit*, and Blueprint work ol all type*. 1 day icrvlc*. Phone 5 — Office Supply House tll-dh WE REPAIR all make* typewriter* and adding machine*. Phone 3 for prompt and guaranteed tervice. The Office auppto. SPECIAL NOTICE U you live In or uear Borger you can ?et the Amariilo Time« delivered to our door by carrier. Phone 82 Ama- riilo Time* Circulation Department In jorter. I88-2titdh SPECIAL" NOTICE If you do not receive your A...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

Pag* II—Butgir, (Ttxu) News-Herald—Sunday, Nov. 34, 1148 Miguel Aleman Will Be First Civilian President of Mexico Bumbaugh Elected at Aercnautics Meeting ' '"BROCK,Nov. 23-<4' —How#Ni Bumbaugh, San An ;:>nlu, Tex's. w«s rlrrtrd prosi dew of the Ttxu* mate council <•[ nation?! aeronautic^ «*«ofis1io i iMf morning. He *ucceed* Fie i J ndail, San Anjclo, Tex., who v.#* elected chairman of the boat,*] or eiate cSancll and national coun . mor. Other officer* named V.crc Vlr- rttl Mux KM, fir*t vice-president; Hart B.,wman, Dallas, hccomi \ ice-preHv ent; R. S. Magrudev, El I'aso, third vice-president; Dr. R. E. Capshavr, San Angolo. 4th v/ce-picsident; Bin C. Coffin, San Antonio, secretary, and Herbert .*o«r< h, Fort Worth, treasurer. R, 1_. Bowen, Fort Worth, wa< alio ;.aniud a national councillor. Expectant Mother in Houston Assaulted HOUSTON, Vex.. Nov. 2.1—(4't —The pregnant 24-year-old m.- ' ther of two children reported Ir the *heriff' o'ticc that «he wa io-eed at et...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

nOKCKR, TEXAS SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1916 second try by hoodlums to convince" easy amp his companions that CUTTJMG INKi IS HAUNTED,ENDS WITH \ EASY DOING THE CONVINCING &ET '£M7) > EASY/ * T. M. REG. U. S PAT, OfF. WELL, WE'VE LOOKED EVERYWHERE^! HALF-GAINER! THEY'RE NOT ANY- J \ VWHERE ON TH\S PROPERTY.' jagm} ! MAYBE SOME SUMS WERE JUST TRY IN' TO HAVE FUN WITH US/ IF WE'RE GOIN' TO FIND that swag that was hidden in the hotel,we in a nearby GROVE WE AN'T HAP MUCH LUCK SO PAR, MYSTERIOUS.' here's a ust ^ it'll have to of things we'll ) be a long get in town, r 'one,carmen- easy.' «—< tuc pi arc mtenc the place needs Plenty OF fixing! • Jfr f HEY,BOSS! THEY'RE LEA\ :SlT you and jawbone stay here,monk'. i'll , pose as the new hotel owner and get rid of him! another visitor, boss: YES, I'M THE OWNER OFTHlS PLACE-WHAT DO YOU WANT so you're captain easy? i'm investigator , track of triple indemnity--my CREDENTIALS, SIR!JE IT^S a large sum, insured by my rrm,was i stolen in a rob...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

<?5C? N JJ WtUiAMt mum WITH 19k Ms" T *4 ltu U ( *T >OU P hCTII R QUIT PLAYING WITH SHINER FOR A. WHILE, WILLIS.- - I WANT ^OU "TO <. GO TO "THE STORE .' m c- "THERE'S A LARGE ORPER \ TWO T*IPS? WELL. AT :H,[ • :. >«.-( Fk V. A Bu • ) OKAY H ! IT CAW . L--TURKEY AWPALL \ WAIT FOR. JUST A ) I THE TRIMMINGS/ ) PEW MINUTES. j-J NOU'LL PROBA- L CANT r BLY HAVE TO J\ IT * J S MAKE TWO J ^~ r ^TRlPS-^^ / ARE YOU MAK- JR f ing funny Jjn v PICTURES OF pi v l\M&^aiw?_/J| /> ft ~~ 7.—i—l YOU KNOW WHAT) CURIOSITY DID TO THE CAT/y ( LOOw, OUT, NOW--Y YOU ARE DRAWING ) ( KEEP AWAY S FUWKJY PICTURES < FROM HE RE / ) OF ME , OR. YOU'P LET.-' ME SEE r •" THAT PAPER// < • m I GUESS HE THINKS I , DiDN'T SEE HIM J ^5 I LL SEE WHAT YOU WERE DRAWING IF mzizr?* I HAVE TO CHASE ^ PUCK INTO jrfZ^l^XXA YOU "TO STORE.' ) 1 china/ a f I HAVE A PERFECT RIGHT TO BE GOOD AND SORE, WILLIS - OH, I SEE MXJ GOT SOME \ ITS EASY \ HELP, WILLIS, INSTEAD OF) WHEW YOU I- MAKING TWO r KNOW —"SAY/ ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

T. M.IK U S. PAT. Of* MA $ 1944 IT NIA SEkVICC. INC I THINK I KNOW THAT TURKEY-HE WAS RAISED ON AN OSTRICH FARM. YEP, THAT'S HIM ALL RIGHT' i ' <I~IV

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 November 1946

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