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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 6 December 1946

with ■ JMW- tsloa M. u I tin'* Kinij cribs bee'y 1141 1—SPECIAL NOTICES HAULING OP all kind.. Stucco sand, i _ yard work- sand—gravel. Top toil and f°r sale- 3389 Koopman. Phillips fertiliser. Plenty ot carbon tin for building' Burner pipe (or fence posts Skelly Eervlre Station No. 2—Second and Main. Phone 1387. 9-3tp 9.A—WANTED TO RENT REGISTERED "Cocker"Spaniel' puppies 9-3tp j Page 7—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Friday, Dae. 6, 1846 Herald Classified Ads Gat Results PAINTING and papernanginK «nv- where In county or near Borfjer. All #ork guaranteed. Call for free esti- mate. 822 N. Wcatherly. Phone 51B-W. 303-28tp 17—AUTOMOBILES KOJl SAlSV 1942 Chevrolet Fordor w- dan. Call 1948-J Cash only. H-lUi MOVING ture any place. Household foods and furnl- For information call Jiff 108-26 tc 192. Brucc & Son Transfer and Storage. PHOTOSTATIC COPIES Black and white, and Blueprint work of all type*. I day service. Phone 5 — Officii 1 day Supply House. FOR SALE: 1«4 > model Special UeLu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 6 December 1946

Page I—Borgcr. (Tixii) Nivi-Herild—Friday, Dec. I, 1946 Cancers Blamed On Overeating Past Middle Age Chinese Reds Try To Dictate To Government By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE NEW York. Dec 6—<A*i—A con- fidcrnble number of human can* ccr can be either entirely pre- vented bv avoiding overeating and overweight pan middle ac - or at lca«t their appearance can be poetponcd. nutritionists wem told today. This report wa* made to tho cnnfcrcnee on nutrition in relu- tion to cancer by Albeit Tanncn- baum. of the department of can- cer research. Michael Rce*e hos- pital, Chieauo. The prospect of reducing can- cer by diet was based. he on a review of six available in i.urance Mati*tlc<, studies indi- cating that individual* who were overweight when ">ft t midiile apt. were more likely to die of cnu- Plea** be careful Friday the 13th — to you may anjoy the Jinx Prevua — a free ticket if you til through it— * REX * Open 11:45 9c 44c Phone 51 Today fir Safr. thrills mi drama! H W. i, IIOIII>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

t :tf i v* 11 WEATHER WEST TEXAS; Sunday partly cloudy and tiighily cooler with widely scattered light rain from Pecos Valley westward. Monday partly cloudy with scattered light rain and cooler Pecos Valley eastward. Borger Mws-Herak Circulation ^ <spt. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 * THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 21—No.JJ BLAST SCENE, GENERAL VIEW NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texos, Sunday, December 8, 1946 (34 Poges Today) * Price 5c PERISH MOST FRIGHTFUL HOTEL FIRE A mass of scorched and battered tanks, drums, and machinery, mark wreckage of a dry cleaning plant in foreground and the Hydro Gas Fuel Co. plant in background at Corpus Christi, Texas after an explosion Dec. 5. _ Photo' _ Union Members To Meet" Inju'ed. At High School To Vote On Leaves Rails Phillips "Final Proposal" Coal Shortage Points Industry To Texas Fields "DALLAS. Tex., Dor. 7-l.V)— While manufacturers in (he north nrto oast view with alarm the current coul ahurttttv, many in- dustrial c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

■■*} Pe®e 4-A—Borger, (Texas* Ntwi-Herald—Sunday, Dm. I, 1946 Brain Surgery May Transiorm Degenerate Into Good Citizen | to "upport this homicidal claim. The woman, picked up by De- tmtit pnl co on a minor chars j, va- flit to the hosnitul on the i strength of her long record which was documented by FBI office* ! from cotft to coa«t, Dr. Lipsehut* DETROIT. Dec. 7—(/W—A dcU ■ , . ■■■■■■■ ■ talc brain operation, which.imy a* ntuactive. hn* a sordii transform a ciiar-«mokip«> mor- ( Po'ief mom of commerc .d im* ally degenerate. 28-year-otd.-v v «o «ii;r. t)ie#i, mnvhem , nd druij man into u useful munuir ot „o-1'cJ'on began when sh; cwty, wa« revealed Friday bv j vv*fl* less than 1ft year owl. rtaff dot tors at Wayne oountv general hospital In suburban 1 !loi«c. The woman, described iiy dor $2.00 Holiday Special Thi* Coupon Is Worth Two Dollars On Any Ten Doll.tr Permanent Wave CHAT & KURL Beoufy Shop S20 Roosevelt Phone Expires Dec. 24th $2.00 1915 Late Appointments lor Working...

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

Page 3>A—borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday, D*c. 8. 1046 I/P>— ■ 3#, 1 Inary F tote siW rear Cor- 5 lous- | >r of unty. ident ured. • * • 4 t* Author of Haich Act nfani Killed And Claims It's a Failure WASHINGTON. Doc. 7— &)— The author of the Hatch "clean pqttjtiM„ act" ..aid today iiis six ycnr old attempt to curb exeessiv* cmpaifin jiiwMlltie by law is a failure and should be abandoned. Senator Hatch 'D-NM\ conced- ing thai neitjier his law nor amy other has yet solved the problem. "1 do not mean that they havi beet wilfully violated, but thej have been evadqd and disregafrd- ed by all parties." Hatch and Chairman Green iD- III1, of the senate's committee on privileges and elections said they ?re willinK to join with republi- cans or any other members of emigres* in ripping out the present! dollar limits on campaign contri-! buttons and expenditures. In separate Interviews thry said thev believod full publicity on campaign financing in advance of' 'arenis injured On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

4-A—B«r«*r. (Texas) Newt-Herald—Sunday, Dec. I, 1946 Approximately 2,500,000 tons of steel were used in the production ! of tin cans in 1945. Normal movement of a glacier is seldom more than an Inch an hour. SHOP JN TH§ * Panda Beors "Ployskool" Educational TOYS • Pull Trains • Nok-Out Bench • Bang-A-Ball • Postal Station Priced up from— Closeout Stuffed Toys! 1 Group Includes— Washable toys, also toys i n washable chenille. Reduced to Price Exclusive Children's Wear—We Give S&H Green Stamps 618 North Main Next to Rig Theatre Phone 1474 Horrible, Heart-Rendering Sights Eye-Witness To Atlanta Hote Greet I Fire Even before World War II shooting stopped in either Europe or the Pacific, two million veter- ans of the armed ervices in World War II had left uniform, in addition to those who died. • «Fr Rail Stocks Jump As Rales Slarl Upward NEW YORK, Dec. 7—(A*)—A wide upswing in rails, following the long-uwaitea freight rate boost, featured today's stock mar- ket although most other d...

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

•Friday, December 3, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Bog £<A <-<■. y . ■■■ « i i « t V* i 1 - Buffi • heM m Bed Jackets Beauty and appreciation is assured with a choice from our wide selection, $25.00 Beautiful Dresses n as foi fab $10.95 to $49.95 Our grand collection assures you of finding the ideal gift dress for your 'certain' one. Beautiful styles, fabrics, patterns and colors. % 4- mri Stunning Coats New ideas for the Christmas season in trimmed or untrimmed coats. Fitted and boxy styles, Chesterfields, many others. Beautiful fabrics. $19.95 to $55.00 Smart Suits The newest ideas in su't «tvlin« is fea- tured in this collec- tion. All are ex- pertly tailored in the smartest fash- ions. Many styles to choose from. Waist blips Undercover beauty in a practical an<« popular gift. Beautiful fabrics; trims. $4.70 to $14.95 Handkerchiefs A colorful array of beauti- ful gift numbers in many patterns and a variety of colors. 65c to $5.95 Handbags Smart new styles in a w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

f>*V« t-A—Uorg«>, Newt-Herald—Sunday, L) c. 8. 194b Former Borger High Gridders Star For West Texas State Buffaloes By CHAT JOHNSON CANYON, Dpt. 7 <Spccl«l>— Three former Borger hipn school gridsters were instrumental la the .500 season ju t ended My the West Texas State Buffaloc. Homer "Buck' fir-eft, Rufu* Bradford, and W. N. Reimers. Jr. gave the Buff ' a Borger combina- tion that was hard to beat. Garrett, the Buff*' sensational renter, was a stalwart in the Buffi line all season. Of the ten ««mr« played by the Buffs, Oarrott started all but two of them. In- luric* kept him from startinij those two b«U games. Garrett's loot ball career wa* interruptei while h« served in the army air forces, one year wa* spent in Italy and North Africa. Following his discharge from service Garrett transferred from Baylor university to West Texas ftate collepe where he is a jun- ior student majoring in physical education. Garrett is a bi«[ boy. He stands 6 feet tall and weighs 200 poun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

Wellington, Phillfps To Battle For Regional Grid Championship 4 "k It •* The 1946 football champion of Region 1 will be determined the afternoon of Friday the thir- teenth at Skyrocket stadium In Wellington when the Phillips I'lackhawks battle the Wellington Skyrockets m the regional finale. Kickoft time has been set at 2:30 p. m. Wellington won it* way into the final* by turning on a with- ering display of power lo blast Floydada's Whirlwind from the playcffs 38-7. A week earlier, the Blackhawks had moved into the finals by trouncing T"lia 32-0. Thus Wellington and Phillips, tugged by tne experts as son favorites, will write the final chapter to l! 4(i Class A football in a battle that should be a fit- ting climax to an absorbing dra- ma. Phillip* won its seventh con- secutive district championship in rolling up an impressive firing of eight victories and one defeat. One of the victories and Ihe only defeat were in games with Class AA teams. Wellington likewise repeated for the dis...

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

THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD • • Friday, December 8, Do Your Christmas Moiling Early! ? y DRESSES Ideal Gifts For • Mother • Wife • Sister tl The loveliest of gift dresses for your "loved one." A grand gift collection of .f beautiful new styles, colors and patterns. Gift wrapped if you deiire. Priced Up To $19.75 BLOUSES Beautiful blouses in a choice of many styles — colors — pat terns. The perfect gift. $3.98 to $5.95 GIFT BLANKETS SLACKS A thrilling as well as practical gift is these <*•]«. tailored slacks. A wide choice of patUrns and colors in wool, gaberdine ana ll.uuer cloth. $5.30 to $12.95 Chatham Sutton BLANKETS A lovely home gift that is a real value. 2S"> wool; 50% rayon: 25S> cotton.— 72x90. $6.75 Chatham Woolshire BLANKETS A truly beautiful gift in 100°o virgin wool. Love- liest colors; wide satin binding. 72x90 size. $10.95 DOUBLE BLANKETS A most practical gift blanket of S°° wooi in lovely patterns and colors for bedroom beauty and comfort. A special Christ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

A t • 4 i 4 Wilson-Parks Wedding Held Thanksgiving Miss Bonnie Marie Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wilson, Apartment 40, Philview Camp, Bunavista, became the bride of Benjamin Duncan Parks, 110 Fast Sixth, son of Mrs. C. D. Ash- lock, 600 Front Street, Wichita Falls, in an impressive single ring ceremony at 11 a. m. on Thanks- giving Day. The wedding was held in the parsonage of the Fellowship Bap- tist church, 225 McGee, with the' Rev. Charles McDowell, pastor of the church, officiating. The bride, given in marrlaee bv her father, wore a streetlength . dress of medium blue crepe with, black accessories and n corsage of gardenias. For jewelry she wore' a string of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. For the traditional something borrowed she wore a bracelet belonging to Mrs. M. L. Shipley. She carried a lace trim- med handkerchief a gift from Mrs. Nelson Patton, for something new, and wore an old coin in her shoe. Miss Catherine Wilson was her sister's maid of honor and only ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

f ♦ If you are tar. be careful •tor l.t-pio. s motor dfemagi repaired—due riRBT PRESBYTERIAN CHUHC Jama* C QUnn Pastor S*nda\ — 4*.45 i.n> Mum In 4 Worship 11W *m. 1 ft)on 4*PrrpHrt'<1 Tu MVe " Sucle'v iw i' 30 p in. i:\cnjiifi Worship--? 30 pm Ifeeds srr.ixi USE DR. LEGEABS POULTRY AND STOCK PRESCRIPTION fc MEDICINES Horse and Mule Feed and Cubes Greek Ambassador To U. S. Dies Afier Suffering Attack D Y< Die. la l he- ld cU- USE Chic-O-Lines Balanced Ration Feeds a «MMt ines ation ntopoulo\ 59, Gr« A u Uk United State* >.ix year*, collapsed Flax* hotel while talking Ht io eit-rs late last night d before medical aid could reach him. Dmma;lopt>uk win discussing Greek affairs with Constuntin Tsaldarts, prime minister of Greece; Alexandre Kyrou, head ol the foreign department « f «!w government of Greece. and Va**i'.i. Dendfamt*. Gr eek delegate to the United Nation#, when he was •tnoJwn. He died tit 11:1ft p. n. The career diplomat who hat' iterated nit country'* repre-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

Page 3-B—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Sunday, Dec. 8, 1946 and 'ill rcc. Mrs. Gregg Will Sing With Baptist Chorus Here December 22 I nils. C. V. CJrcRK of Chicago, Illinois, the former Miss Betty Dunlap, daughter of Mrs. C. H Dunlap, 213 West Sixth, will be a featured soloist in the presenta- tion of "The Christmas Messiah," by George Federick Handel,which the choir of the First Baptist church will present for the third consecutive Christmas, on Sunday evening, Dec. 22 In the main audi- torium of the church. Mrs, Grcjjg, tPio will visit her mot tier here "I during the holidays, will sing two |of the solos of the chorus. Shower Given For Recent Bride Christian Church Missionary Society Meets in Amarillo Ruth M. Robison Texas Pioneer n Vai; sen- stati cot ♦ Harris mui'i slay- Itg wax cat, a M. S. FLEGLE CO. Building>Construetion • Builder Better Homes Since 1927 f RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • REMODELING • DESIGNING CABINET WORK ALL KINDS • Let Us Give You An Estimate _419 Roosevelt 14...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD Borger Veteran It •eel, Borg«r. T«xa« •T«ry • «nlnfl pnuor in WAA morning by Panhandl# Publishing *JUycl 111 "«« Oalv Of Motor Vehicles yeMlehed at SOS North Main Stn MC«p> Saturday, and on Sunday Company. Inc., Publisher*. J. C. Phillip* On* Yhi Six Months Editor and Managar 811.00 "" 1 ' 3!oo - — 1.10 41 Entarad as sacond-class matter November 23. 1926. at tha Post Office at Borger. Texas under tha Act of March t. 1807. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to tha use of republi- cation of all newt dispatches credited to it or not otherwise. Page 4-B—-Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday. Dec. 8, 1948 Month's Rent Offered For Decorations Three Months Moath Weekly Buck-Rogers Type Of Push-Button War To Find D. S. Ready FORT WORTH. Dec. 7—(AP)-When the "Buck Rogers type of push button warfare comes we will have had time to get ready for it." Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz assured the nation today as he arrived here on the fifth anniversary of Pearl Ha...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

in 1—SPECIAL NOTICES | HAULING OF alt kind*. Stucco <sund. yard work--tand—gravel. Top soil and IvrtiiizM. Plenty of carbon tin for building. Burner pipe for fence posts. Skelly Eervice Station No J—Second and Main Plume 1397 n tin & rt |Mfc. PAINTING and iuuik'uh where In county or near Borger. All *ork ruaiantecd. Call for frei' esti- mate. 822 N. Weathcrly. Phone M8-W f 303-Mtp MOVING—Household goods and furni ture 4ny place. Tor Information call 183. Bruce & Son Transfer and Storage. S-Mtc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES. 303-i ___ MMk sad whit*, and Blueprint work of all types. I day service. Phone 5 — Office Supply House. 128 dh WE REPAIR all makes typewriters and adding machines. Phone i for prompt and guaranteed service. The Office Supply. WASHING machine repairs. All makes nnd models We buy and sell •used washers. Mnthicu Appliance Co., "08 N. Main. Phone 971. 3-2Gtc DRY OAK FLOOR No. 1 and BETTER. LAID. SANDED and FINISHED. (WE HAVE THE FLOORING). H. R. KIRK- HAM. BORGER. PH...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

Fag* I'B—Borfti, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Sunday. Doc. t. 1946 Twelve Notices of Drill Intentions Filed Last Week Twelve notices of intention *0 drill were filed with the rnilroa 1 commission office* In Pnmpa las* ! week. Sites nnd operator* nre as fol- low; Gray county—Bell Oil and G;ik 1 company. Webb no. 7, H A GN Kurycjr, 890' from S and W lines i of Nt/4 *ec. ei. blk. M, 21 milet SB of Pampa Gray county—Phillip* Petrul- enm company. Doss no. 2. II & ON survey, 992' from S and 330' fro n W lines (,f sec. 141. blk B-2. 13 miles SW or Pampa. Gray county—Sunray Oil com- 1 any, Lovett no. 4, H & ON sur- vey, 990' from N und 330' from W line* of W/2 of NF. 4. sec. 57. blk B-2, 311b miles SW of Lefoiw. Hansford county—Phillips pi.-- troleum company. Hiram no. I. F.S.F.L. survey, 4!S00' from W a.id 1800' from S lines of sec. 13 b!k. 1, 1 mile S of Hitchland. Hansford county—Phillips Pe- troleum company, Nate no. I, ALL LOCAL? SURE! It's ALL under ONE roof, too! At Southwestern Inves...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

P 0O l-c—Borger, lt*xu) Niwi-Htrild—Sunday. D*c. I, 1141 Letters, Gifts and Checks Flood Home Of Convict Captors ROSEBUD, Tex., Dec. 7—(VP)— Letters, some accompanied by small gifts and checks continue to come to Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Burch of Rosebud, in appreciation of their heroic defense of their home against the intrusion of two des- perate escaped convicts, Ralph Dunlap and Fred Wren, Nov. 23. Governor Coke R. Stevenson's personal contribution of $5 came Thursday to Publisher-Postmaster Ralph Kilgore, who is receiving numbers of such gifts on behalf of the Burehers, who have gone to visit their daughter, and husband, Mr. end Mrsk R. L. Ford of Port Arthur, Texas. stated: Governor Stevenson's letter stated: "This is not large. This is a large stato. There should be many others who are willing to show their ap- preciation of the heroic conduct of Mr. and Mrs. Burch and if a con- siderable number will make a small contribution, the aggregate will be sufficient to evidence the gratit...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

long Way From Licked/ Asserts Wounded Veteran i Bv WILLIAM C. BARNARD DALLAS, Tex.. Dee. 7—— This lh Peurl Harbor Day and our nfcvays died. Now we keep them rmnoa tfa—fc Ood for pgace, but a|jve with Mill i. poiiuiHin. Mrep- the worst wounds a man win re- ceive, in the last war, such cases for some men the battle has only bt'K'un and they will fight it the rem of their live The ^iny consultation room ai Veterans Hospital. Lisbon, Ton tomycin, holding otherwise fatal kidney infections in check. From the w#Ut down, they're paralyzed —wen to bowel and bladder func- tions}. Utter discouragement is had one window overtooklng the* their greatest foe and some will lwieefHl ground, tht'-4 ure trees, the winter-browned lawn. Dr Irving Cramer stood by the win- never move from their beds though they live to be ninety. But others are game. This fellow Coffer is dow in the lute afternoon light, j tne gumcst 1 ever saw. reading a voluminous can® history.: Coffer was in the gym, punching a bag, ch...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

pe I i \l Page 3-C—Borger. (Tixu) News-Herild—Sunday. Dec. I, 1946 Temple Hospital To Remain Open Under VA Program WASHINGTON. Dec. 7— The veterans administration has • announced it will continue to op erate McCloskey hospital at Tern pie, Texas. The decision to continue use of the central Texas medical center, built and operated during the war by the army, was disclosed by Paul R. Hawley, chief of the agen- cy's medical service. There was no indication as to how long the administration will operrte the hospital. A spokesman huiil it likely will be "for quite a 1 while." He told a reporter lie did not believe the question will be reopened when Gen. Omar N. Bradley, veterans administrator, returns to Washington. Various reports had been circu- lated recently about the future use ol McCloskey. Veterans in central Texas had protested sug- gestions that the agency withdraw its activities there. The center is expected to be con- tinued as a general medical and f surgical hospital, with o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 8 December 1946

Jfe. W 1«| , fTtmri eM—jaMay P*e. I. HI* :OYl.F V-V<, hw AF Km PNtum Pint Mod lUpwt (Tint «f Thnw Article) r HAL BOYLE WW YORK. D«e. <,p>_ OIM M. MMdtt'i •I report to th« mii- nvMupotinf committee •u t*op*n*d the long-landing o r th* conduct ol Amorlcu occupation forces In Oorn*t>T< The report, made public by a republican minority over objec- tions by the committee majority und by Secretary of War Patter- son, makes serious charges of im- morality. black market opera- tions and lax law enforcement among our troops in Germany. 'It airs in startling summary many criticisms wbich have been leveled before against the Amer- ican military government. , Without drawing any conclu- sions' on the issues at hand I should like to report on facts I learned and opinions of the men I talked to in Germany last sum- mer They range from privates to (fengrsb. Let's first consider our troops und' their .conduct: When Ik* war ended mora thin it months ago, wo had huadredU ol thousands ol...

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