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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 2 December 1946

WEATHER WEST TEXASt Pair Sunday and Monday; Cooler Sunday, except in tha El Paso area. Somewhat eoolar in tha El Paso area Mon- day with iittla change in tamparaturac in tha ramaindar ol tha area. i2fetMT5-|l<fald ★ THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD * Borger News-Herald Circulation Deph Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 21—No. 6 NEA Service Assoc ioted Press Borger. Texas, Monday, December 2, 1946 ( Four Pages Today > Price 5c RUSSIA PLAYING FOR HIGH STAKES Molotov Given Build-Up, By Russian Press, For Job Of Ruling Red World LONDON, DEC. 2—(AP)— An unexepcted new publicity buildup for Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M. Molotov in the government-controlled Russian press set tongues wag- ging throughout Europe today in the popular game of trying to pick Prime Minister Stalin's successor. % Many diplomats and others who had not regarded Molo- tov as the most likely candidate were inclined to guess again after Moscow newspapers, reporting the 56-year-old Russian diplomat'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 2 December 1946

THE BORGKR NEWS-HERALD Putluhrd at JOS North Main Street. iKrtf exrept Saturday, and on Company. Inc.. Publishers. J. C. Phillip* One Year Six Month* .... ... (^i,- a|;;ir Three Month* ;-! m.11 ■ tfw&r' ■■■*•'- ■■ Month ... Weekly .. 1. ir-:liwiii« « -.. " Entered at *econd-cla*i matter November Office at Borger, TexiM WtAU the Ac! The As oci.ilv(l Prete is. «i*rliiMve)y entil cation of ell ntvi dispatches credited to it o )XM n hand' ry ftfiiifiQ Publishing Hews Penned From Alhambra Community By CLEO TOM TERRY r good storlc sunt* now. K Hutchinson 1 ■ CmCAOOi Dec .Bmtty of Fort W k hit mother J®?* "nmr'i """"" •lendn up ti 2—(ffl jayne Hnc ' Coll fae> tl- younrj: Thnnkc Pact- 2 IHftr, <Te -Mc . Editor and Manajjet .. SI 1.00 &. , ..... 3.0c l.ietJu .tl I are ih « only two cnlleno stu 13, 1928. at the Poet ! now reluming to Nubbin Kidge. Nuf i>l March 8. IW. Both It. L. tmd JuntiHn jit tend d to tlta um> ol republl ! West Texas Stulo. not otherwise. Rmnstyne Jone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 2 December 1946

I—S?ECJU. NOTICES 11—HOUSEHOLD GOODS rntlonl P'ftti King' Scribal sci-'y >. 1 U .in. * ••it Ion our >1 ap, 4" ■j fe * 'ngj kte I'.UNTING«ncl paperhanjing any- where in county or near forger. All woflc •n'^rnnlpc* Cull fir free wtl- mate. i 22 N. Wnlherly. Phone 518-W. Mmtp MOVING llnusrholil ponds and fumT- nirp .iny place. For information call ltt>. Bruce A- Son Transfer and Storage. 1'uyc 3—buryet, (Tttxitk) N w -Her*ld—Monday, D«c. 2. 194b for sale . 2 building. Che a A&P4>' ^ WcfUhtTly. 44fo 20—MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOSTATIC COPIES nlaek and whit*, and Blueprint work of all typaa. 1 day aarvlca. Phono 5 — Office iypfy Houaa. tlt-dh •*m in:PAIR all aaaltaa typewrilara and MMlng maehlnei. Phone 5 lor prompt and guaranteed service. The Office Supply. SPECIAL MOTICS U you live In or near Barter you can let the Amarlllo Time* delivered to your floor by carrier. Phone 82 Amt- rtllo Times Circulation Department ill mm US-Mtdh SPECIAL HOTIOI If you do not receive your Amarlll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 2 December 1946

o \ , Wawa-HaraM—MefHtar- P«e. t, IN* Qdana and Thomas Jefferson Seen as Schoolboy Finalists ««a •r HAROLD V. AATLirr iMBriiiii Pnh Sports Editor The Texas schoolboy football championship play-off starts this week with Odessa's Bronchos and Thanat Jefferson's Mustangs top favorites to meet in the finals the last woek of December. But it's a veteran field that breakr from the barrier in the bi-distrlct rouiid with 14 schools that have been jii the title pla> < bef«we, amonK them the ival nM timers of schoolboy pridiron pen nant battles—Amarillo's Golden Sundies and Waco's Tigers. Each of these schools has won four championships over the 27 years of interscholastic league play. And there are four others that have figured In title results— Wichita Palls, Adamson (Dallas), and Tyler, each of which has won a championship, and Highland Paik (Dallas), which tied for the title last year with Waco. Only newcomers to the play-off are Pasadena, making its first race in class AA, and Mine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

ft, «. vl# WIATH KR Whi Texas- flit Uu aft#rr.:cr. tstight &ad Wed&esdsyi slightiy wttoit this aft- uiNi ead tonight, except little change in ' light. -flefalfr Circular Other t i THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 21—No. 7 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Tuesday, December 3, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) UNIQUE LOCATION Attu, westernmost island at leu'inn chain, is tho farthest we nil United States possewiic %chnioally, it is Ln the west tornadonal lai +t>i' international rtatellne of the island, so that i^ u' the same time sched* test of the chain. HELD GUILTY OF CONTEMPT Asks Big Four To Discuss Austrian Peace NEW YORK, Dec. 3—(^—Sec- retary of State Byrnes, ointiy announcing with Foreign Minis ter Bevin a British-American eco- nomic merger in Germany, de- clared today that he would ask the Big Four foreign ministers to discuss peace plans for Austrn as well as Germany before end- ing their New York sessions. Byrnes and Bevin said in a statement that the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

$*0 ri**? Tu#,tUy* D#c'3'1946 Kiddies Korner, Home of Children And Inianis Wear Md ier .7 ♦ 1 I final ■HtiK Rulpli ,• s,D ■ nu.iiy- tho v. -ir Ti .uiswv <?wnpun>. Under the ■"""^TIIEE LANGSTON td STORAGE, the ill continue operation? ",ar '.I,' Mill,' Fin, 214 North Main. The ■e n-lephone uunii 11 be Wsed also, 890, f'' i n Mr unlw. Mr. Latvian was one uf the fn.-t employees of the ■Ruber plant located near Borger, pfid during his employment there, feNrved in the capacity of Steel Superintendent. It was in 1944 that he and Mr. Plumlee founded their first business together, the construction company of which they are Mill owners. The luritc building housing the concern al 214 North Main was built in June 1946. by the former owner .if Uv llurking concent, W. S Miller. This building, in ad- dition tu bcinM In eprtiif, wis re- cently made dustproof and wa- t*nfkr<><>( by the application of apeem! seuim.; jolvent, The ware- house is bonded, and all stood* shipped by this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

971 ) "I ?. J Woman'* (Page Discharged Page 3—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday. Dee. 3. 1946 Alhambra And Spring Creek Clubs Join in Achievement Day Program By CLEO TOM TERRY The Alhambra Community Homo Demonstration club and the Spring Creek Home Demon- stration club held a Joint Achieve- ment day meeting in the home of Mr*, wood HardcaMle on tie iif tern ("Kin of November 26, closing the Home Demonstration club year. After a very short 'business session, the meeting was devoted io demonstrations ()f work eartud in the h. d. program.. Mrs. Wood Har jcastie's display of many pieces of hand work was 'he first demonstration introduce! by Mrs. E. B. Jones chairman, t.nd Mrs. R. L. Harlan, member, of the evhibit committee. Mrs. Alex Gray showed tier dress-form, made by a club mem- ber, Mrs. Donnie Avent, and a Home Management student of West Texas State. Juanita Gray. Mrs. Gray also showed a jacket made an<{ fitted onto the form, and a purse to match. Mrs. R. Ii. Harlan II told of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

« 4-Borger, iTexas. New. Herald-Tuesday. Dec. 3. 1946 FPMC Host io WTS BuHs Al 8 O'Clock Tomorrow With one victory over tho sam team already realized, the Frank I Phillips Mens Club will be host ! * C | , . in osn Antonio Texas State Buffaloes in the Phil- lips high school gym in a basket-' ba 1 lii thriller. AAU Meeting Opens Next Weekend Ttpoff time is v itn the Buffak slated for 8 p.m. ■linMl 1 ' tt >C>' dUC t0 Start slightly different team than S a week ago when they suf- SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Dee.' 3— (/P)—Nearly 300 delegates repre- senting 3d states and the Territor; 'il a S0*4fi rlofpjit at Kan<4>i I 8C,,UI|K 00 sltncs ana ine ii'rriiorv ' clcfcat of Hawaii wffl be here next WV<* Dick Wc ■PMC oi eoach chafcttc* ■HRRIilPi^H Coach Gus Miller of the Buffa- loes* sent only a freshmen team to Pin 1 bps in the other game but Hank Decker, varsity player and oi' tho frosh, found it neces- t:arjjto don a uniform before the fcamfc was over. Weeks used his reserves to a gre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

<&«;1 ■ , * j i—Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1946 * Mackenzie Column Bf DEWITT MACKENZIE AP Portion Affairs Analyst There's plenty to distract our Attention here at home — what with the cold-wave to remind us of the wintry potentialities of the cubl stoppage, and the heavy Run- lire in our U. N., peace organiza- tion—but let's not overlook that impending Indian round-table con-! ierencc which oj>ened today in, Londoh.' Tbe Indian problem ranks Old Hickory Smoked Homs ond Bacon Country Cured Borger Groc. fir Mkt. 207 East 6th Phone 20 among the vital issues of our time. Failure to reach a satis- factory solution might result in the catastrophe of civil war in thai country. Thft's a hard thing to have to say. but it's true and it is well that we recognize the fact. The round-table conference is a mo- mentous affair. Three of the world's outstanding personalities have come out of the Far Last to sit down in the Brit- ish capital with government offi- cials to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

THE BORGER HEWS-HERALD _ •* Worth Main ItrNl, Boigtr, Texas erery irwlat i •" ob Sunday morning by Panhandle Publishing i lac- Publishers. 1 — Editor and Msnsger SI 1.00 —HI" T"""""""" aloo 1.10 J.C. muips Ow Yw .. ■h Months .. Thro* Months ^oyCei. I COLUMN I Waoklr Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926. at the Post Otlice at Borgei. Teass under the Act of MHrch 8. 189' ine Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use ot republl cotton ot all ne « 4tsperch t credited to it or not otherwise ^•9* •—Borr-r, (Texas) News-Herald—Tuesday. Dec. 3, 1946 Equal Rights, Responsibilities In Labor Sought DALLAS, Dec. 8—WV— A plea (or ctjual rinhU and responsibili- ties under the law for capital, la- bor and management has been made here by C. E. Peterson, sec- retory ot Kiwar.is International, in an address before 275 delegates j dk> of stacks of inflammable mer-' from Oklahoma and Texas attend- j < handise ul a warehouse where ing the organization's two-state he had gone...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

not wit* p chip*? . A. M. Klvc , unlcn'mr 11 Priwi Kind SerSb. ... b«c't OK ^ NO I**' ices n lost inn omi Your m\ .op. :< IR" i I —Sl'ECiAt. IVOT1CEB PAINTING and paprrhanKinft ny. where In county or near Burner. All It'ork guaranteed Call (or Irer esti- mate. 822 N. Weatherly. Phone 518-W. 3M- tp MOVING—Household goods and furni- ture any place for Information call 1B2. Bruce Ac Son Transfer and Storage. 303-20tc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES Muck and whit*, and Blueprint work of all lypes. 1 day service. Phone 5 — OMlce Supply Houae 221 Jh WE REPAIR all makes typewriter! and adding machines. Phone 5 lor prompt and guaranteed fejvice. The Oiflce Supply- ______ SPECIAL NOTICE U you live in or near Borger you can get the Amarlllo Times delivered to four door by carrier Phone 82 Ama- rlllo Times Circulation Department In Corger. I8fl-26tdh SPECIAL NOTICE If ynu do nut receive your A mart tie Times. Phone 82 Amarlllo Times Cir- culation Department In Borger m 189-?wtdt~ LOOK) Stop In and see o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 3 December 1946

•— Borgcr, ITixu) N w H«f*ld—T* d y, Dtc. 3, 1846 9rHHc Changes In County Rule Gt! Consideration SAN ANTONIO. Doc. 3—— Texas county Judges and com- missioners nave received recom- mendations for adoption of a one- unit rural road system unci for ti general overhauling of county governments. Delegates attending the opening sessions of the Judges and Com- missioners Association of Texas; lx«re yesterday ) card Cbui>tyj Judge D. V. iliDaniel of VMP, j in a committee report, state that] the one-unit system ot rural con- trol recognizes the efiicicncy df a centralized control eliminating' tor and purchasing agtnl. "th# pi*K>f)t procedure o( maintaining four complete *ct< of road equipment and employes." Judge Gilbert Smith oC Joner county told the croup that county government j have failed to keep pace with the streamlined changes of the national governments. "As a result, the people are turning to state and federal gov- ernments for aid," he said. "Ah long as we operate our sys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

WEATHER West Texas: fair this afternoon. tonight and Thursday; little chaafe i temper- aturt. IBotQet Ifews-ilefalir Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Oiher Depis.: 6 and 7 Vol. 21—No. 8 NEA Service THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD I Associated Press Borger, Texas, Wednesday, December 4, 1946 (Six Pages Today) GERMAN SCIENTISTS WORK IN TEXAS UMW FACES HUGE FINE Garman scientists work in the chemical lab at U. S. Army Ordnance Laboratory at William Beaumont General hospital annex. El Paso, Texas. Left to right: Dr. John G. Tchinkel. Or. Joseph Michel and Dr. Carl Heger, who is in charge ol the lab. (NEA Telephoto) Unemployment To Reach ^ I"ch^as Depression Level As In 48 Hours Strikes Halts Industry Scouts Enjoy Night Hiking To Big Springs PITTSBURGH. Doc. 4—</ *>— | Effects of the two-week-old coal rtoppnge cut deeper into the lite I of the nation today a* a fuel sav- | nig cmhiirgo on railroad frctphi I shipment.1* heralded uneinploy- j tnent totals that may r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

I A ♦ ' r a - V t. •TCI *-'1 ibliintd si IK ,c pt Salurd f c< J. )Dpmy, \iic O, Phillips Oi M V«Bf EJ x MontWZ. mm Mantlw M' ontK W THE JBOHSER NEWS-TTEBALD Pu Main Bonier, Taxai rcry •veniruj Sunday morning by Panhandle J^Uahlng j ..... Editor nd Mmijn * 111.00 , Ml £ «. 100 ' 1.10 .as tared a* second-claim matter November 23, 1028, at the Poit ■ OMm a*. jKtbmuociaied cation o! ail wwi di Page 2—Bun-jet-, (T Tevaa under the Act of March 0. 18>V. •en t*clusivoly entitled to the'ime of rapubll- credited to it or not otherwita. News-Herald--Wednead.iy, Dec. 4, 1046 Complete Text of Lewis Statement in Court Given f r i I & r WA\3ffff!VCTON, p.- 4 -r— Ijftwi* Tui^day math- loliiwinK Mnu-roent m FlvIai .i; .Tut!|K T Alan Gobi- Viftroujji'.t'A c«nn ''tcr he was-fcaind • tttfc# -rf TtM history ot ih,i labor la. jytis-.pli prior to Mass ?u*. Cnntirf-'- in 1JM rrecjittiit I that pnssu . the C|s-yton r* i lid niMt> in 1932 by < it ictinu Vu N«n-iVrttO«ardiii #ct. The lmt- u'rl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

wlti Woman b (Pagi Piff 9—fiorger. (Texas) Newt-Herald—Wednesday. Dec. 4. 1846 mlnioa !p«n t'< [idfltiol 11 PrlM Kin .Sciib Sec Mothers Will Be Special Guests Of Junior tousic Club Saturday Members of the Borger Junior Music club will have their regular meeting in the form of a guest day Saturday at 2 p.m. - in the Federated club rooms. Phillips WSCS Will Have Luncheon In New Methodist Church Colorful Ceremony Marks Consecration Of Bishop Quarterman |o..m . - '• ♦ p in. en t J mi «• ML rour <> Tho newly completed First Methodist church in Phillips wjll be the setting, for the guest day luncheon to be given by the Wom- en's Society of Christian Service Thursday at 1 p. m. Hostesses will be members of the Esther and Dor- cas circles. Following the luncheon and bus- iness meeting, new officers will be installed and a program will be presented. r, « Tow get the full tonal qual- ities of • great musical work only when the composer's •core is interpreted by a sincere, competent c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

P*9« 4--Borgar. (Texas) Newi-H«rald—Wednesday, Dsc. 4. 1946 I„ I • , I * Price, Scott, Given All-State Ratings Milton Price. 175 pound light faoted Borger Bulldog quarterback whose broken le^ permitted him to participate in only half of the games of his teammates this season, hat been selected on one of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's all state football teams, it was learned today. Price's election lo the all-sthto ■ 1 ranks marks the first Borger hign school football player over to re- ceive the honor. Jim Scott, 190-pound cait<i.\ was given honorable mention c.i the ballot in which sports writ- ers and coaches throughout tho tate voted Only one other Borger Bulldog in the history of the local hign school has received honorable mention on the poll. Sherman "Big Sully" Sullivan, 198 pound tackle, was selected on the Hon - orable mention list in 1940 The Star high school Longhorn Cagers Again Outscore North Texas Slate MILTON PRICE ... all-state -\tV AUSTIN, Tex. Dec. -1 John Hargi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

ENTER ME: X), McX . C uthoritiru r<? d 12,201.7 in duties ou I throuKh mber. They mobiles en rinn the nil vfest Vi t>5 pi (• n I'd i'i the U f fi)wso\ fruiBpip lentuek v r1 <• RP,n9 ^eatheifcc^ ^ in at a: your c enl oiie | Rapairin ator Tun Irive in ff 0 op f wa < 1 f 0 1—SPECIAL NOTICES RJSflWS unTj pajx-rimnulnt' nny where in county or near Borger. All • orIt guaranteed. Call for free eati- M te. 822 N, Weatherly. i'lionr 518 W aos-aatp MOVING— Household goods and furni tura any place. For Information call 103. Bruce K Son Transfer and SioraRe 3Kl-*itc PHOTOSTATIC COPIEftT stack and whit*, and Blueprint work ol all typaa I day ••rvtce. Phono S — Office lupply Houw. 22«-dh WE REPAIR' all makaa typewriter* and adding machine*. Phone S lor prompt and guaranteed (ervlce. The Office lupply. SPECIAL KOTICE tf you live In or near Border you car ret the Amarlllo Time* delivered U your door by carrier Phone 88 Ania rtllo Time* Circulation Department f> •Joraer lJ -Z8td> R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 4 December 1946

* I I > > ♦— Itgsr. (TtttM) Wews-Hotald^Wednosday, Dac. I. 1 4 . Mmi tenderness is asiotifttsd With the diameter o( the mu'cU lA?r. The smaller the fiber the teuderer the meat The Dutch Introduced buck wh«rt into the colonies on Man- hattan Island and ralrrd It there r# f«rly as, 162S. W A Frtt Ticket to iviryont who darts sit through the entire Jinx Prevue Fri. 13th * REX* Open 11:45 te-44c Phone SI LAST DAY! W. Pidqron Xsvier Cugat Holiday in Mcxico " Thur. Fri. Sot. Myittry •id iactical I nw nr d (> . It (Mil "X SO > lorrllM \ (II \ «. Or*«i w I Ills —PLUS— A Technicolor Twenty Minute Special "Men of Tomorrow" —AND— Pete Smith's "Esquestrian Quia" —AND— MOM NEWS * RIG * Open 1:45 9c-30c Phone 91 Today Only! AllAN UNf IJCAN I06ERS Mwerrf ASHLEY i Unusual Occupations and Double Hhythm Musical THUR-FRI-SAT. Will James' Great Story brought back in technicolor! SMOKY —WITH— Fred McMurray Ann Baxter Bruce Cabot CROU//7 9c Open lt45 2Sc Phone 206 TODAY & THUR. "Yolondo t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

ft V t 4r WEATHER WEST TEXAS: Fair this afternoon, tonight and Friday. Slightly warmer Del Rio-Eagle Pan area tonight. C I * * Itofftcf' Jfeurs-llefalit Borger News-Herald Circulation Depi. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 21—No. 9 ft NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Thursday, December 5. 1946 (Sixteen Pages Today) Price Sc AFL" Green Proposes Peace Conference Oakland Signs Surrender Pact To End General Strike, Strangling City OAKLAND. Calif.. Dec. 5—(AP)— The city of Oakland and AFL leaders today reached an agreement to end a gen- eral strike which has strangled commerce in east bay cities for two days. Oakland City Manager John F. Hassler said a return to work order would be given to all union business agents at a meeting today at 10 a.m. (1 p.m. EST). — ^ ur.ion statement confirmed the Greek Neighbors Train Guerrillas To Stir Civil War f.greement based on the conditions that police would not be used in breaking picket lines and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

\ - • * % I Page J—Borger. (Texas) Newt-Herald—Thursday. Dac. 8. 1941 Number Two (Continued from PAGE i) Truman Would Give Presidio To United Nations Two Killed At Corpus In Blast Christi temporary Injunction which Gold lorouRh issued ywlerdJ&V , , . , . . . .. LAKE SUCCESS, N Y.. Dec. 5 Lewis also is risking a jail term American delegation whictl he escaped y ester day. mitt the„ C'niled Nations permanent <:• Id borough said he thought .i i headquarter# committee today that i.rison sentence would be proper Truman's purj jor Lewis, but bowed to the kov- CORPUS CHRIST!, Tex.. Dee.. t— i'Vi— A tiemenoous explosion I NumKar TU.QQ i.t a ii''s ecmpany the sound " ilUlllIJCl 1 111 ou which parried *10 mile*, killed at I K a*t two pcrsoiM and injured j Man Perishes In Burning Meat Truck Rail Embargo Halts Building Of New Housing VA Hospital To Accept 500 Paiienls • tills iu the 13tii annual "Wttte Sister" beauty contcst held at tn« Tempkns Square clubhouse of th'-- Boym Club of New ...

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