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

% i tic hn I h* | h. r. '* y ' !! «• 19 i-• I Us f JE VI \fS> £ * NE> k if I S s I * N n s N N * p h r « K TA/om an 4 (P< aae Fage 3—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Thursday. Dec. 5. 1948 Rebekahs Name Teen Town Radio New Officers Mrs. Howard Culp Christmas Parly t d T A Planned At H. D. Is County P-TA Club Meeiing Council Speaker Toasimaslers COAL STRIKE SLOWS SHIPMENTS NUFVO LARF.DO. M< x Dec. 5 * . rp . i . roeei l oniniii i last r.lght shipments to and from Important Waterway The Groat Plum for h Christmas party ! the United States have drop off sharply in pSil days because of thr coal strike, and may stop l0t-, completely before the week's end. At Library Mrs, liny Hoard wa- elect el nojjle grand of the Rebekuh lod.ye itl a meeting held Monday evening in ttic f.O.O.F. hail. Other officer eke ted wero Mi--. C. II Dii\ r. vice-nnirtd; Mr- Mai j Alice H« hi or., eercta> v. Mi"1. f.'etlU Culver, treasure,'. Mr*. W. \V. Weddington, repte ncntfitive; Mrs. Alieh O'Bnan,, i:...

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

Four THF BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, December 5, 1946 i French Crisis In Government Is Deadlocked By ROBERT C. WILSON PARIS, Dec. 5——France's week-long governmental crisis was completely deadlocked todav witb the current position of rival pflrt- j ier making fwmation <• of a new I government impossible until there is a concession in some quarter. T he national assembly was set to try again this afternoon to se- lect un interim French premier but success was extremely doubt- ful. ¥ Ttt, ™ -jJW T Former Premier Leon Blum'* socialists forced the critic into an impasse last nioht by voting 2.242 to 2,145, with SS absen- tienc. not to enter any cabinet that excluded communists. Earlier yesterday Maurice Thor- cz, the communist candidate for the interim premiership, had b**m defeated in the national assembly. The enly way out of the grow- ingly serious situation appeared to be: 1. Mutual concessions by com- munists, socialists and the MRP (popular republican movement' of Forme...

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

Iiursday. Decttnber 5, 1946 Hunt's THE BORGER (TEXAS' NEWS-HERALD Pog« Fivi Fancy Fruits PEARS Yellow Cling No. ZVl Con Fancy Halves No. 2Vi Con p|g[i 4. Sports Drive Held 31c 29c Packed In Heavy Syrup 34c 49c Whole No. IVi Con Fresh No. 2Vz Con g por^fwneciion with other in g powiich we use io buy at le As: nail f* e the k ! si Grocery, it is time that ^4 %ed food products at ^jjf ehind the counter owns 4&\ & CHRISTMAS TREES LARGE VARIETY Also Aluminum Stands. Shop Early for Best- Selection 1$ m2 FRUIT COCKTAIL COFFEE Lfc< FOLGER'S OR 3 MAXWELL HOUSE 43 u )LE ASSOCIATED GROCERS APPLES Fancy Washington Delicious—Pound SHAW & HOLCOMB GROCERY 103 North Main Phone 1911 WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 1 323 South Main Phone 481 OTATO ES E'lO lbs. 37 TEXAS FANCY SEEDLESS LB. McCORD BROS. GROCERY 618 South Main Phone 616 OSTROM-FITE GROCERY Phillips Phone HOLT'S FOOD STORE (irantlnnd Riee, famous sports writer, ha* again organized tHa sport* world fcr the March of Dime*, January 13-3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

6'..-?%-'.' . ►«#e I—Bcrger. (Ttku) New*-Herald—Thursday, Dec. 5. 1141 y* I Schoolboy Gridders Go Into Bi-District Play Lippy Leo Charged With Home Wrecking Bf HAROLD V. RATLIFF Aatociated Press Spert- E-'itor The Texas scl-<'< i; «>v foitball racc linifhes its bi-district round in all divisions thin week-end. Then cottk' the class AA quarter- finals and the end of class A and clast" B play with crowning of regional champions Sixteen team.1', five of them un- defeated, square off Friday and Saturday in the class AA opening round bs the teams statfe first bat- tles of the state play-off. The only game matching unbeat- en elevens will be Friday night at Houston where Lamar entertain* Pasadena. Both have escaped de- feat but havfe been tied, Pasadena three times. Undetected, untied North Side 'Fort Worth* takes on twlce-loser Adamson at Dallas Friday night. Odessa, also with a perfect record, goes to El Paso to engage thrice- beaten, once-tied Ysleta Saturday afternoon. Thomas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

111)1*1 |: ! P" til I I Wye 1—Borae*. (T«x4k) Newk-Herald—Thurkd«y. Dec. S, ItUb J .! .*1 J n :*• 4iM K> .-s A * So Lovely! — So Fresh and So Practical! FAST COLOR. EASY TO LAUNDER Cotton Dresses Strongly woven chombray, madras, gingham! Imagine that! In assorted stripe designs, checks Smart enough for street wear. Pre-shrunk; in / sizes 14 to 44. $4.98 to $5.90 Just Received and Placed in Stock! CHILDREN'S tINDERELLA DRESSES Pretty little styles in crisp cotton and rayon. Lovely prints, plaids, stripes and solids. All sizes. it to ,13.98 is i dumber One v/ Ad**^ r Borger, Texas (Continued from PAGE 1) I the law* of our land, as far as cit. government is concerned." Innocents Hurt Pave Beck, chief of the west- ern conference of teamsters and Pacific coast AFL labor loader, broke off the first large seqment r>f I tbcr support bv ordering his teamsters to "break the general strike" immediately because it was punishing "innocent employ- ers. workers and the public." Loral teamste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

H Pcge Eight RINSO LIMITED AMOUNT LARGE BOX • • # « • • • Limited Amount POUND JAR DREFT LIMITED AMOUNT LARGE BOX .. mm THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Prices Effective Friday, November 6 Through Thursday, November 12 Thursday. December 5, 1946 ; H m Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES Texas "Balls 0 Juice" Pound Bag CRISCO APPLES Washington State / LBS. Delicious ™ GRAPEFRUIT Texas Marsh Seedless Pounds YAMS No. 1 Fancy Texas LBS. HONEY Sioux Bee 16-ox. Jar DATES California Fresh 14-ox. PEACHES Del Haven—Halves Freestone in Syrup No. 2Vi Can CRACKERS Premium 2 POUND BOX CHOW - CHOW Del Monte 12-oz. Jar TANALES Ellis 10-oz. Jar CORN Sweet Cream No. 2 Can PEAS Treasure State No. 2 Can MARSHMELLOWS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ORANGE JUICE Package MEMPHIS BELLE NO. 'L CAN CHILI TURNIP GREENS, Jack Sprat, No. 2 Can 3 Cans 25c MIXED VEGETABLES, Si. Elmo, No. 2 Can ~. 2 Cans 37c PEANUT BUTTER, Donald Duck, 1-Pound Jar 29c ASPARAGUS, Real West, all Green, cut spears, No. 2 Can 33c TOMATO JUICE, Heart'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

16 P^'jt 3— Br>rg« , (ferae) Nt'v®E-H«r«ld—Thursday, Dec. 5, 194* * Mackenzie Column IS RUSSIA MAKING A 'RIGHT TURN?' Bv J. M. ROBERTS, JR. AP Foreign Affairs Analyst • Russia's newest concession—that tho veto shall not apply in the operation of nny arms control ma- chinery which the U. N. may set up—led to immediate speculation at Lak« Success as to whether IVioscow foreign policy might be doing a "right turn." Most delegates seemed jubilant after Mr. Molotov's statement, Some were looking for a suspected gimmick, but hadn't found it. Com- ing as it did on the heels of other concessions to the western view- point—on Trieste, th - Danube, the principal of arms inspection, speeded-up demobilization aiming occupation forces in Germany— it began to look like Russia might be going to give the peace wagon n real push. Ok servers were asking wheth- er the time fcad arrtvad h*r Moscow, finding the troubled wateri of th immediate post- war period about fished out was preparing to give th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

p u r > Homemade Texas Soap Receives Official Okay WASHINGTON, D*< 4— (A > - Tin u. S. department of ag< i- eultuie surrenders to the oup making lady Irom West Tev.-. . "J'in isf white Hags waxing aU over the place ain't laundry, bub. A laurel wreath of vieto crowns the brow Of Mrs. Joe Cude of M«nahttns, Tex., who stuck by her homemade soap. In October, the department is- sued a statement advisin# thai •home soepmakint: is imprncticn' —a waste of fats. When 33-year-old Ml'*. Cude, who has mode and "old thousand • fcf pounds of soap, read the an- nouncement H threw her into a lather. She M«t the department a challenRins bar of her soap." "After all," he said, "I iuar- nntee my soap to be as mad as uny toilet soap. It will not harm c "baby's, skin and there is in better hair shampoo made." And today, department officials ■were conceding that Mrs, Cude •> Soap is excellent. Triey "tuck to the view that '• * general rule making soap ai Pag* 10 - Borgar, (Texat) Nowi Hera...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

Thursday, December i>, iSHto THfc BOkOhK ClbXAb) NEWS-HERALD Page El * i t* 0 c/T I t)*Y •I t)*V i tin' i DQEQMING OF P SHOP WHITE'S QNO MOKE All Purpose Convertible STAKE WAGONS All-steel chassis, tongue & wheels, rubber tires, strong hardwood bed. Regular $14.98 VOUP ORE QMS COME TRUE . It Rcaflv S«ws| ft Stitch Mistress Sewing Machine Mm fiitt ■ toy, beeouM li raoHy mwi, r,i if. tmty ht k*$tnn tt Si < '■ , p'««d .i-n.od. A keal Christ- $£[95 mas Thrill f $12.95 . £ XYLOPHONES I ? J' fee % PLASTIC TELEPHONES 79c to $1.69 French style with dial. Some serve as penny-bank. va™. Priced from 79' ^A/\>Vy, cw£? i. j Cuddly Scoltics. the* little ere,, A lovable 69* Companion NEW! JET-MOBILE A speedy all-metal racer (hat will ht [<V the pride of every youngster lucky •If enough to set one Christmas moraine. '•fc A SUPER I SPECIAL 6-WHEEl DUMP TRUCK A Iliir 2!£-Feet Husky! Use White's lay-Away . . $3*8 BEAUTIFUL DOLLS 51.98 Adorable dells ti;at brint sparkle ta y ur little ....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

12—Borger, (Texnt) Newt-Herald—Tburtday, Dec. 5. 1946 Lions Picture Alex Louis Modern Borger To Head Teh Years Ahead Belden Poll Visions of the Border of 1956 en- tertHint-d members of the Borger Lions jlub at their weekly niect- i VK yesterday noon. Weldan Jolly, president of the chainbrr of commerce. predicted !i population of 40,000 for Borger ten yetirs from now, and discuss- ed the proposed development of the city commercially and resi- dential ly. Amons the rtiajor civic improve- mentswas the erection of a half- million dollar civic auditorium. The Rev. Marshall Rhew de- scribed the church situation in Borger today, and the Rev. James G. Glenn discussed the building programs of the churches. He estimated that over $550,000 will be spent on church construction by 195C The Rev. William E. Wright de- clared* that future development of the churches in Borger would de- pend upon the support given them by the citizens of the city. C. A. Carlton declared that the future of the city h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

Page 13—Borger. (Texas) N«ws-H«rald—Thursday. Dec. 5, 1946 ; llews Penned From Alhambra Community By CLEO TOM TERRY I wonder, sometimes, if the hunters of this county realize how- hard it is to say "no" to them when they buy their hunting li- cense and come to ii.sk permission to hunt, instead of slipping in on- t| the ranches as so many do. It i™ a very difficult thins to say no to these men who have the time for their sport, but very little op- portunity to hunt because of the ranches being closed to hunters. Yet—if these hunters could realize that everytime a gun is heard on Spring Creek or White Deer Creek, at least ten men nnd boys rush to the rancher for permission to hunt game which even now is fast disappearing, they would un- rstand the ranch-man's attitude. your hunting privilege, he often feels that he ana ins sons who would otherwise get to hunt, can • , not afford to kill any more of : the scarce game. The Bert Hailes are leaving their j lovely ranch home, their good; f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

Pig« 12—Borger. (T«xai) £ BORGER HEWS-HERALD Lions Picture Modern Bq Teh Ysip^s StrMl. Rorgti, Taxmt twry ♦▼•ntng /day. and on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publishing inc.. Publiihara. Editor and Managat SI 1.00 J0m fr ill i r i ; t'l'i 11: III' I -.rr ■■urn r:- ■■ 6.74 Vtonth* -- 3.0C 1.10 i ... ii "The Stranaer" al REX! Visions of 1 tertairtbd ir Lions plujp inn Weldi* chain b* a pop ten • ed the IMP ■fPvl: ■ ■: me mi • scr Bo Oil " prt est be by ♦ clt tht on by 4 on ov isl MB ' I K tr« at tacond-clai* matt r Novambar 23, 1928. at tha Pott Offlca al Borgar. Tana* under Iha Act of March I. 189'' Tha Associated Pran it anclutlTaly antitlad to tha uta ot republl cation of all na«-« <t pa«rh « craditad to U or not otharwita Paga 14—Borger !Taxa ) Newt-Harald—Thurtday. Dac. 5, 1946 then the U. S supreme court. If he lost there, he'd go to the supreme court. If he won in the ipprals court, the government would take the case to the s|i- ureme court. But to save time now, because there'...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

not irttb | ckipw idmllllri* | Opts A. M. § I 1 PricMll King Scribal bicv I i cos*; p.riff nirfitidti 1 DDI* M. Your e it ICR rle 1—SPECIAL NOTICES Fainting in<f" papcrhanjing any- where In county or near Borger. Alt ftork guaranteed Call for frer es«|. jiata. 822 N. Weatherly. Phone MR-W. 305-2Utp Political Prophet Pago IS—Borger, (Texts) N«w -H#rald—Thursday. Dec. 5. 1946 . Herald Omitted Ads Gat Results MOVING - Household eoodi and furni- ture . ny place. For Information call 182. Bruce & Son Transfer and Storage. 303-2tttc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES, ntack and whit*, and Blueprint work ol all typaa. I day aorvlce. Phone 5 — Office Supply House. _ 228-dh WE REPAIR all makaa typewrilari and . adding machines. Phone S for prompt and guaranlaed service. The Oiflce Supply. j RADIO S EH VICE lor the bai oi n pairs try our shop. All work guaran- teed. Prompt service. Complete stock of battoreles and tubes. Megert Music Co.. 413 North Main. Phone 750. 2tl2-2Bto 1 want your small loans fr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 5 December 1946

• - a* « T f *- I . Sixteen THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, December 5, 1946 FLASH! Just Arrived— 8 Cup Dunbar Glass Coffee Makers *2.00 Val. $1.69 CANDY 2 Lb. Box of Fresh Chocolate Candy in lovely wood chest box Special *5.98 BOOK MATCHES Carton of 50 Books A 25c Value PER CARTON 12c DRUG HEEDS 1.50 Agarol Emulsion 89c 2.00 SSS Tonic 1.69 1.20 Swamp Roof 98c 50c Massengill Powder • • • • 39c 1.25 Caroid and Bile Tablets 89c * - -Vs " -* it* • 60c Sal Hepaiica > • 39c 1.50 Gordons Compound ' 98c 60c Alka Seltzer 49c 1.00 Adlerika 79c Pinkhams Vegetable *1.35 Compound Size 69 Xmas SEALS & TAGS 5c Pkg. 3 for 10 DOANS KIDNEY PILLS 60c Size 36 Pacquins 1 HAND CREAM 50c Size 24 MEN S NEEDS Gillette Tech Razor 79c 1.00 Jeris Hair Tonic 79c 1.50 Kolar Bak 1.29 Yardley Shaving Lotion 1.25 50c Williams Shaving Cream 39c 1.00 Mennens Skin Bracer 79c 35c Prep Brushless 27c Old Spice Shaving Talc 75c 1.00 Tremtone 79c m 1.00 Danderine 79c COSMETICS 60c Nair Depilitory 49c 60c S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 6 December 1946

WEATHER Wr.flT T'EXASt Tair this afternoon, tonight and Saturday; not much change in temper- ature. falit THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Borgtr Ntwi-HtraU Circulation Dept. Pbont 82 Other Depts.: 6 Jnd 7 Vol. 21—No. 10 N?A Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Friday, December 6, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) Prico 5c 5 e i J 1 Fuel Curbs Added WASHINGTON, Dcc. fl—</P}— Tho Civilian Production adminis- tration made ready today t" clamp a new serie-i of drastic fuel conservation restrictions on the nation Monday unless a sort coal strike settlement is reached beforehand. Edward Falck, chief of CPA's office of emergency controls, said the new orders wul: 1. Extend dhnout restrictions to nil utilities in the country whi'h derive electricity from soft coal. Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Miss- issippi will be affected most. 2. Require that the more strin- gent "second phase" of the dim out restrictions, already an- nounced for 21 north and eastern states ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 6 December 1946

Page J wo mr- THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Friday, December 6. 1946 i m 'MP; P9S i. H f Mode-O-Doy Ladies Ready-to-Wear Wresses — Hosiery — Lingerie 304 North Main Phone 548 Red Chain Feed Store Dr. Lexer & .'Jaisbury Stock Medicines Red Chain Feeds 317 East 10th Phone 245 Tkrams Furniture Co. Wallpaper -*• Radios — Rugs "Tin Time To Trade With Thrums"' <22 North Main Phone 653 Wicker's Radio Service Had id Motorola Radios iri i m ) Appliance Repairing •WE MAKE IT GO" 3rd & Hedgecokc Phone 1131 ,jtr- *+«>«'■■ ■ ...... Blockburn-Shaw-Brown funeral Directors Bcrcer Ph. 555 Texas Copelond Jewelry ' "Your Jewwler Since 1829" Railroad Watch Inspector 502 North Main Phone 597 'M s-v- i m ■ M , .,ji .tiffis-m&i-1. mi " """ i Throughout history man has looked upon this world as his own posses- sion. When the peoples of any one country became prosperous, ulti- mately they were attacked by neighbor nations. Ancient and medieval history records many acts of aggressor nation...

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

c •*L " cWom.an'& (Page Page 3—Borger. (Texnsi News-Herald—Friday, Dec. 6. 1946 Missionary To China Speaks Al Fellowship Baptist Church Sunday Local Students Enter Science Talent Search Recital Sunday | To Feature Pupils Of Mrs. Chastain O ideal Bible? Discovered On Chlorine gAa was discovered by Bishop Quarterman Here On Sunday Bishop Quartet inon of the Pr> testant Episcopal church of the Missionary District o| North Tev t.* will m.ike his first official vHUt to the Burger ehureb, St. Peter'r Mission, Third and McGee, Sun- day afternoon t a 5 o'clock ve>- jier service, when h# will conduct confirmation service* lor a cla*« rf four candidates. The sermon will al'O be by the bishop. Persona who are to be con- firmed are expected to be at the church at least ten minute* prior to the starting of the service The order of confirmation start' on page 296 of the Episcopal Prayci Bool;. Professional Servants Serve Impartially Our Clergymen serve all re- ligious faiths with unders...

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

Cincinnati Considers IM to Floy in Sun Bowl CINCINNATI. Dec. «—</P>—Tie University of Cincinnati Bear- cats today considered nn invita- tion to meet Virginia Polytechnic institute's <rVPI> Gobblers in the Sun bowl footbnll (Wmc at El Pii«o, Tex , New Year's dnv. Members of the squad. disband ed last week after a 13-7 Thanks- giving day triumph over Miami, assembled at noon to vote on the bid. received yesterday from I. W. Gillette, chairman of the Sim bowl committee. Texos Aggie President Begins 'Study" Of School's Athletic Set-Up I COLLEGE STATION, Tex., De:. 6 — (/Pi — President Gibb Gil- christ. president of Texas A. A- M. college, began today a study of the school's athletic and physical education set-up. Gilchrist is making the at the request of the college'* ■tudy board of director* which asked him to submit an early report, together with suggestion* and re: ■ commendations. V t® ,,^HE Wr0o / fi TASTES BETTER btcaui* ll't put back In barrtlt aft r blend: ng #<4....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 6 December 1946

10 X ed ' ti- ne us as "C- I' > > Pag*- S—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Friday. Dec. 6. 1946 . Because of the earth's magnetic poles fire more than 1000 miles from the geographic poles, a com- pass in northwest Washington points 23 degrees East of true North, while in upper Maine the needle point* mote than 20 de- grees West of North. 1W* * mOD€ ODflV wrm Em mmk 8 Peorl Harbor Dec. 7, mmm V u now doing a land office business., Luildir.g^ are standing, however.i:er and freight . The International Longshore- gnj in *emi-operatlon. The lar?t y** hops from men and H orchousemen s Union jn pre-war years grew CIO) strike against Hawaiian j . „ . ... ng«r industry closed 83 planta-1 <u* r c(me an<> th«* wen? dri1' turns for 76 days. Losses in 96-de- ground* for marines, nre now •*ree raw sugar totalled 185,000; clogged with >urplu* property— tffi" tons. The 48-day shipping strike also hit (he islands hard. Three relief ships carrying food had to be sent inU> Honolulu dur...

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

THE BORGER HEWS HERALD *1 20S North Main Str*«t Bom«r. Ttxn •vtry evening •Kcept Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publishing Company. Inc.. Publiihart. J. C. PhiUipi __ Editor and Manage* 0«a Yaa* $11.00 Six Montha S.78 Three Month* _ 3.0C Month 1.10 Waakly Jt Entered as tecond-claii matter November 23. 1926, at the Poat Office at Borger. Texas under the Act of March 8. 1W The Associated Preu is exclusively entitled to tha use of rapubli cation of all nave dispatches credited to it or not otherwise lip t -Ifgar. (Texas) News-Herald—.Friday, Dac. f, 194S TEXAS TODAY Negro Held On Charge Of Attempted Rape Finns Pleased With Russian Trade Relations API Annual Dance Dec. 6th. Rubber Plant Cafc.aiia, Borger. The Dummy You'ra apt fo ba called un- complimentary things when a sick watch" makes you late for appointments. Let us give your watch our free Chrono- meter Check. If it needs ropairs wall tall you what they are •nd quote lowest prices on ex- part work. •BORGER • REDIT JE...

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