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

,'elerans and Friends of Velerans, Vole Tomorrow on Question of Sfafe Bond Issue To Help Ex-Servicemen Purchase Land in Texas — Sooner or Later " ~ You or Your Loved Ones May Want To Settle on the Land— Show the Politicians That a Stenographic Error Will Not Keep You From Voting Tomorrow. WEATHER West Texas: Partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Thursday, except occasional rain tn Panhandle this afternoon; rising temperature. Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 >r. a I en of I H.I rs. •".I U- a- ui )«-. THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD 'ol. 20—No. 297 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Wednesday, November 6, 1946 (Eight- Pages Today) Price 5c GOP GAINS CONTROL CONGRESS UN Delegates Visit Roosevelt's Grave Denazification Directors Quit After Criticism STUTTGART. Germany, Nov. 6 —i/P)—The denazification minis- ters of all three states in the American occupation zone of Ger- many have tendered their resig- nations as a result of sharp...

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

THE BORGER NEWS-HERALD ioliih d at IOS North Main Str««t. Rory«r, T *a t «ry #**ning *cep! Saturday, and on Sunday morning by Panhandle Publi hinu o.npany, Inc.. Publiihern. C. Phillips Editor and Mnnagar i« ar SI 1.00 • X Month* .. Q 5.7S hree Month* 3.0C Weekly __ .. ,25 Entered at tecond-claia matter November 23. 1926. at the Pott Office at Borger. Tesaa under the Act of March S, 18t " The Auociated Prew i exclusively entitled to the um ot republi cation of all new Hupitche* credited to it or not otherwiie ■ 9*9* t~Bor>W, (Texatt Nowe Herald -Wedneidtiy. Nov. 6, IMC Veterans' Survivors Eligible ' or Social Security Benefits r E X A s T 0 D A Y Even though the veteran never had n Wialwcurity amount num- f'cr card, and even tbougft he nev- er worked on a job covered by the social «ccurity act survivors of any World war II veteran who has died since hi* discharge may be eligible now for payments un- der the social security act. By JACK RUTLEDGE These payments are made pos- Associ...

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

cWonacin'& (Page Page 3—Borger, (Texas) News-Herald—Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1946 Mrs. George Yost is Named President Of Newly Organized Collectors' Club Mrs. George Yost is the newly clected president of the Collectors' club. Other officers elected at a dinner meeting held Monday night in the banquet room of the Black hotel are: Mrs. D. W. Page, vice president; Mrs. Jack Srtvage, sec- retary-treasurer; Mrs. O. W. Kip- hart, historian; Mrs. C. A. Carl- ton, program chairman; Mrs. Nat- alie Ward Cory, publicity. The nominating committee is composed of Mrs. M. C. Kimball. Mrs. E. L. Silor of Frltch; Mrs. Jack Savage and Mrs. Bob Brad- shaw. Preceding the serving of the meal impromptu piano selection* were given by Mrs. Jerry Morrell. Invocation was given by Mrs. Bradshaw who also welcomed guests. Tables were centered with china dolls with buffont skirts fashion- /Ji imfxa/UtiU ad. THE U. S. POSTAL SERVICE i: Si ii :: ! j i| & j| We serve people in all walks J !' of life at prices tl...

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

Pag* 4— Borgcr. ITixmI News-Herald-Wednesday. Nov. « 1946 Water Covers Parts of Harris County, Beaumont By The Associated Pre** Residents of Harris county's m-cities ami of Goose Creek, Baytown and Pclly, although faced with a promise of continued rai l, «arl.v today were assessing dam- ages brought late yesterday when torrential rains sent waters of Goo c Creek rolling throughout the highly industrialized section. Meanwhile, in other portions of ♦ he state conditions maintained the flor<> for variety that has characterized weather bureau re- ports since last Friday. Snow was falling again in the Panhandle, with Amarlllo re- porting and inch and a half shortly before midnight. With the exception of south Texas, most of the remainder of the state was blanketed with low overcast skies containing light rains or heavy mists and drizxles. At Beaumont water was reced- ing slowly from most of the 5,000 homes and buildings damaged by high water during a 12 inch rain there Sunday and M...

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

Pift S—Borgcr, (Texat News-Herald—Wednesday, Hoy. 6. 1946 Waxed paper window* have •en dtvised for chickcn houses. |n order to admit the maximum imount of ultraviolet light. 'COLDS Relieve misery dfrect VVT&r^-v -without "dosing." </^ ~ - •RUB ON EGG shipments HIGHER in texas AUSTIN, Texas. Nov. 6—Err shipments were higher in Texas in September, compared with Sep- [ •Ti^er {i year ago, the University . of Texas Bureau of Business He- -earch report*. Eggs received by rail at Texas | stations totaled 90 carloads, while in September 1945 only 37 car loads were received. TEXANS LISTED IN WHO'S WHO F.ichty University of Texas staff members are listed in the 1946- 4"' "Who's Who in America." All but one are men. V A P O R U 8 —Herald Want Ad* G*t Result*— army prepares ror Thanksgiving" ' CHICAGO, Nov. 6— W1)— Ten million pounds of turkey is being shipped all over the world for Army Thanksgiving dinners, the quartermaster corps said today. Professor Gathers Geologic Collection A wo...

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

I'ig* 4—Sorjti, (Texas) Ntwt Hrrtld Wedneiddy No*, t 194k _ — Wet Weather Keeps Bulldogs Indoor As Amarillo Approaches Saturday By JACK ROBERTS News-Herald Scort* Editor The weather figured in the local football spotlight iigr.in yes- terday and robbed the Borger Bulldogs, of another dr. s much needed drill on the field. Coach Trick Ward ;tnd hi- assistant, Tex Hanna, looked ^nd- lv at th« merciless "klei and put their pidder* back into tennis shoes and short* for a workout in the high school gymnasium. However, the weather iK the same at Amarillo where the Golden Sandics are working frantically for the forthcoming number one district 1AA conference game here Saturday afternoon. The Sandies of Howard Lyncn are undergoing indoor drill, also, but the weather i« definitely benefactor to the Amarillo charg es. already quite familiar with the tactics of the locals after hav- j ing scouted Borger all season and ! then 30 Sandies watched Borger wallop Plainview 28 to 7 la?t week. Coach War...

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

|a ahojl KIM CI.| | ol lortal l.i' a(j| }o tc Flier ImontJ lheduf enn I] Ithf Inlfba 111 is Jo U|) ur st Is hai pTuc |eu h B1 pe*l, ti Jt'ii (tfsoi! hi#1 Icoac'Jj | Lu.in< Not |Ratte oth pes ham , - I—SPECIAL NOTICES I 12 BOOKKEEPING and Payroll Service income tax report* pripan-d and filed Moffltt Bookkeeping Service. 501'a North Main. Room* 10 and 11 H9-SRtc PHOTOSTATIC COPIES Dlaok and whit*, -tad tUuoorlnt work of all types 1 day tervlce Phon* S — Qtflct- Kupnlv Houn 211 dh Housrs FOR SALE FOR BALE: S room modern house Furnished or unfurnlahed SM Noland St.. Sunset Heights. Phillips. 295-<itp 13 LOTS FOR SALE hOR SALE: 2 i esidcntml lots in rt ^trictcd district Phone 1309-M MB-tip Page 7—Borger, (Texas) Newt-Herald—Wednesdny. Nov. 6, 1946 WC REPAIR all makes typewriters and ij« Drtifi tdv b. dptq machines. Phone i tor prompt !Itru^1 M1 * 1 3 service. The Office adding and guaranteed Supply. ~ SPECIAL NOTICE If you live In or neai Borcet you can ii«t the Amarlllo Times deli...

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

* SANFORD NEWS By MRS. W. H. SHYDER Mr* A Thorn,-is, | • Mi*s Virginia Veal h and her Mster, Billip, entertained a 81*0111) oj bo.v.N ana K ris at her home in MOOSE INIATION Nov. I. 1:30 P. M. All Member* Urged To Be Present San'ord Friday afternoon mil her son, Oowain, on hu ninth birthday. Picture* were taken and games played l «fore the honorec opened nik gift*. and refreshment of i'ake. jelio and hot chocolate wci t-crved. Attending were Itursel Don Stc gall, Dillie Joe and Jimmie La'o Woods; Jake and Kddie Bennett; Lynnin Earl and FrancU Hull, ugenia and Dun Roberts; .Via ~.oui*e and Mary Ellen Hull: Hnyden, Jr., Sharron Ann, ahil Uillie Leody; Glenn WilkitiK, Ion? nd Tommy Wayne Moore; Don Pane. David and Pat Raredon; uoOi F,sl„ nt/•*/*■ '"REE FEATHER Mickey and Sue Miller; Cavet Witlcy, John T*«ger«tratn, Nar- bara Jean Scott, Sue Adams, Lar- ry an.t Blllie Glenn Sprnggin*; j'f C*y Sue Robert*, Eugene Pack- obgsh, Dora Jean and Sonny it*«m, vMvra Jo r; Gene Edward Donald Snyd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

|o )J •t. in t. • ' Bt I M WEATHER Wstt TaiUtfS Fail this afternoon, tonistt and Friday/ with rising temperatures. &0t&£t JCKurs-lltrato Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OP THE WORLD Vol. 20— No. 268 NEA Service BEAUMONT FLOOD DAMAGE MOUNTS Associated Press Borger, Texas, Thursdoy, November 7, 1946 * * (Fourteen Pages Today) Price 5c i m Battle tor Top Congressional Posts Mar Sour GOP's Victory Phillips Employes VVelch To Receive Two Extra Payments Hundreds of automobiles were stranded in the residential section of Beaumont, Texas, when a flash flood put three feet of water in the streets. In an exclusive residential district in North Beaumont residents appealed to the younger set to slop racing motor boats up and down the streets, since t put waves of water into the homes. (NEA Telephoto) Republican Diplomats Rally To Support American Policy Parade To NEW YORK, Nov. 7—(AP)—Top flight republican diplo mats at the Uni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

Poor Two 1MB I ■ I' I ! jiP fa III" I *V | MJ1 II I 1 THE BORDER (TEXAS) NEWS-HFRALD ■MM Thursday Nov^mhrr 7 194^ ■hw —i ■K Hk e ;V>'vC v , IV; Jal * * W- •' 'f SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT! -i. ilkid ,,V fi f> '• fci •/ <• 'P^ Br i i ■ t mm •Uv!: JMM 1 kpv.<" Mi UK SJ* ,-A. V •' iH ■ ''V. © / / ML !X $ Jl ,v- v ■if"-' .WIPE IT ON... AND YOU'RE DONE! Keep it good-looking with SANI-WAX The Miracle Cleaner CLEANS - WAXES • POMSHES PINTS ALSO IN ECONOMY Sl/HS Goes on like silk, to keep your furniture anil woodwork fresh. Even with tough cleaning all over the house ... finger-smudge, grease, smoke, and pencil-mark ... Sani- Wax does the work fant and leaves a lovely finish, from the piano to the kitchen door. Rich and smooth; ivory white; pleasant odor. A Rule Soni-Wex goe a long, long way. QUARTS SI.39 HALVES $2.39 GALLONS $3.95 REDECORATE NOW AT A SAViNG! WALLCAfE.h Including BORDER and PASTt Complete for Average R°°m nothing use «£ «—'!SrtiS.i _ BIG VALUE! Special for Thurs.,...

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

m Mrs. hmery Nett Is Club Hostess A refreshment plate WO* served J to Mrs. A. F. Rowc, Mr*. Carl Luginbyhl, Mr*. Ve«tn Thompson, Mrs. Emery Neff entertained!^ "a"y S,,'awn- Labon nembers 0f the Sew and Also; ^ Imv.an *«•; club recently at her home, 1513 "ougla* Fisk, IN.rs. J. Howard. Eunkhouse. Phillip. Mrs. Robert Cochran. ; •i '>k Si <• < ♦ ♦ (t * \* **> Open 11:45 9c-44c Phone—51 • REX • TODAY! thru SATURDAY! '/ Vivian buuc gh OU jjSSbSl\ harry J A M c > nS * BAND ^ t:, CARMEN MIRANDA WGON 0, JO" ft PERRY COMO %v.ih Phil SILVERS March of Time's "Is Everybody Happy" Football Fanfare and News Open 1:45 Sc30c Phone 91 LAST DAY 'Spider Woman Strikes Back" Fri. - Sat. "Deadline at Dawn" Oprn 1:45 Sc-25c Phone 206 CROWN LAST DAY "Getting Gerties Garter" Fri. - Sat. "Trail to Mexico" Phone 1266 9c - 30c Open 5:45 Today! & Fri, "Sailor Takes A Wife"—June Allyson At LINDSEY'S— They're New! They're Economical! They're Sensational! TRIMZ Ready—To—Hang PAPER DRAPERIES : R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

r [ Page Four Veterans Of Two Wars Make Flowers For Poppy Day There i* a story behind every • >i e of the little red poppies which tiie citizenB of Hutchinson coun- ty will wear in honor of the war dead on Saturday, November 9, Poppy Day. Each poppy is different and has its own story, explained Mr*. Louise Williams, chairman of the BunavUta Poppy sale. . "As they are made by hand, no two of the flowers art exactly alike," she said. "Some come from the hands of men who were hurt 28 years ago in the battles of the first world war. Others liave been I shaped by young veterans, in-1 jured In Europe or in the Pacific j n the second conflict, who made ! | j oppies this year lor the first lime. If we could know the stor- . ies of all those veterans, old and! young, they would make an epic of service and suffering for the i security Of America. "Making the poppies has two j important benefits for the dis-: .ibled veterans," Mrs. Williams continued "First, it enables tiiem J to earn money...

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

► Thursday, November 7, 1946 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS HERALD Poge Flv« F Ics 1F.S u // A BEANS Whole—Green CCC Brand No. 2 Can 19C . M V.J Diamond 6-Box Carton 2 CANS WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY In observance of Armistice Day the members of the Panhandle Associated Grocers will bo closed Mon- day, November 11. We urge you to do your shop- ping Friday and Saturday if possible, although the special prices ir. this advertisement arc also good Tuesday. Wheaties MMHBE9B Mi Regular 8-oz. Box PSFSH FRUITS & VEGETABLES ' VEGETABLES Elmo Brand 18c STARCH J Large Boxes 15c SALAD DRESSING Mrs. Wilkes, Pint 29c V A 1 I Morton's lodixcd or A prcc Running ^ Boxes 13c MAEVEKE ar 9 Lb. U Pkg. 39c TOMATO JUICE ;;; Beauty , . Can 24c I Cot* tnr,r l~f I7t. 96 Size Each QUART MOUP Camp- bell's CAN GitAP'EFiSUlT APPLES Washington Delicious, all sizes, CELERY Large Bunches lie Nice Firm Heads Lb. NO. 1 RUSSETS 10 LBS. BELL PEPPERS TURNIPS & TOPS GRAPES Fancy, Lb. 15c 2 Bunches 15c TOKAYS LB. ...

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

1 i~ : S i • I H j l: r I h i ■M THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Thursday, November 1, 194ol Kickoff Set for 2:30 In District 2-fl Game Tho White Deov Bucks will in vadeB lackhaw*,'^lo in Phillip* tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 in an att - p redeem a mediocre season by upsetting the confarence lead ing Q^a^pabasis ol thoir season's records, tho Hawh? • * as heavy favorites: but Coar.h Chesty Walker— a chartcr ns. ber ol the Possimist club—U speaking gloomily these dsY* about the danger of an upset. ^ ^ ^ Starling Fallback Jersey No. 55 Gives Amarillo Fans Jiilers WAYNE SULLIVAN After spending the better part of three seasons in enemy back- fields. Wayne Sullivan, Phillips guard, will get a chance tomorrow to show what he can do as a ball carrier. Coach Chesty Walker an- nounced yesterday that Sullivan will be the starting fullback for the Blackhawks in their game with White Deer. Election Results Evidence of Free Men' States Hoover part cvf the Hawks which is the in evitnble aftermath of...

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

tl ll 11 Hb Ifer-M lanl.B elv-W Ivithl ^'vml J 'h'l lU-r.-l Irrnyl hu ~ ''V ke J\ Ii ". I fvid* iTh • lpni! lnoc peri tlv *v |<> ( <u* Poodles Seek Lead From Nixon Game si* Leadership of the Panhandle Junior High School football cir- cuit will be on the market Tues- day when the Borger Poodles and the Elizabeth Nixon Whirl- winds of Amarillo clash in Bulldog Stadium at 7:30 o'clock. Nixon is currently leading the league with the F^-dles in a po- sition to grasp the reins. Coach J. E. Green's locals will be lead by the dashing running attack of Billy Ed Hoff, 140 pounder who is expected to give the Bulldog backfield a battle for a position next year. No admission fee will be charg ed and the public is invited to at- tend. i League games tonight fea- ture the Sam Houston RanjJfcrs of Amarillo playing host to the Pam- pa Reapers on Butler field for third place honors. PRESIDENT HAS COLD WASHINGTON. Nov, 6—(A*)— President Truman, suffering from head cold, cancelled all ap ■ -ai...

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

tight THE BOftGfR (TPXAS) NlfWS-HfRALD Thursday, Nlcverabei'7, 154-5 n YEA! BORGER! SMASH THE SANDIES!" Closed Armisitce Day Nov. 11 th These Prices Good Friday, Nov. 8 through HOMINY CORN TAMALES Uncle WiHi*m IVi Can Cream Style No. 2 Can Ellis 10-ox. Jar -s: —■ I J"-, \ BAKERY SPECIALS Pineapple Pies 45c Cherry Pies 45c Cookies, Doz 25c Burnt Sugar Cake 93c Apple Sauce Cake 79c Danish Rolls 3 lor 10c Donuis 3 for 10c French Bread 15c SAVINGS Touchdown Special! SOUP Campbells Tomato No. 1 Can WAX PAPER Cut Rite—125-Fi. Roll There's No kick About Our Low Prices! CANS APPLE TOMATO Lady Betty—15-os. Jar RAISINS PEACHES New Crop Seedless 16-oz. Pkg. Redwood Haives, Freestone In Water No. 2Vi Can SAUCE Our Favorite, No. 2 Can Glen Pack, in Syrup, JUICE Texas Valley 46-os. can MINCE MEAT 28c TOMATO8c Stargeon Bay, Red Sour Pitted CHERRIES No. 2 Can APRICOTS-.' 23c Castle— 15 1-4-ox. Can SPAGHETTI lie PEAS G"""° 19c CLOROX 0 14c SKIDOO ir 25c PURASNOW Pound Touchdown Special! Country Styl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

0 L a e< t t |l i' I f a * & ake OH Ugly Fat With This Homa Recipe iri !« an ir.*xt ntlv# h iu for UV- off ttTlf*wi.v v. ichl *ni| ( I,ring • iinrli.it <'ur*c uij't Kr" ,"ef"l kirn. Inf.. — Ji t vt frum your ttruvlUt. fi.ur of I*>i 11ill litrcffitrat** Uurmorly ll«i Hnrofl CnnmiifHf), Adil rnuuith p fru!t Julw u rank* pint. Ttwn ju t k- tw.. tM 111. -I I t V|. •• X <1, \\ . I,. rt'ul r t.uiu rimy l.i> ..i.Iki.w I ■ n.Uy. fs. •. " may *llm down your anil Imc mito of ugly fat with."it bsrlt l.r nkiuR "i t« •> . ili. I • i . . t.. • am) n r t„ Cootnlim iiotliina mfnl. If tln v< ry fir*t <Um v . .v \ . 1 llky wlyht and h< l[i r L'h il f l. riil. T, in r*t"I «•«<•*• •• return n* •miity l..,:tl vt vonr tnonar b rW t 8g* §—Uorwr tTayaO Thrmdny. Wot. f. 19*8 TEXAS TODAY By JACK RUTLEDGE Associated Press Staif Regardless of how the stork market is itittini: up. down nt Waco they're decidedly bearish. Not only that, you enn expect them to get more bearish. Th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

Pa«* 10—Borgcr. Texas Newt-Herald—Thurnday, Not. 7, 1948 First choice of the choosey betausc it's blended in Kentucky by Glenmore On Terminal Leave M w >stSL. '' w"" .!iMi 86.V Proof—67}$% Grain SMrmtS^Mt. Glcnniort- Distilleries Company Louisville, Krntm : > I_4 BETTER BLENO Ft** BETTER DRINKS. • Proiect The Health Of Your Home! ' . •EE wwmmslwm x Mi ■ "'"iv ''Wm bjtm' si b .J-f • * H Ruhs®11 V. Turner * L^X in tile hi t< licit FORT SILL. Okla , Nov 4— Pfo. Ru-- oil V. Tinner, husband of Mi . Dorothy Turner of Bor- der. h;r been granted 14 days' irrminal leave awaiting final dis- chatg* from military service Irom | (hi' Fort Siil separation .station. Final iirichnrge p.: pear* will be mailed him November 15 at his home, 411 West Fourth, Borger. Frior 1 n entering the army /MiEiii^t a2, 194$, Turner was (<m- ployed as n truck driver in v\'i<. Lit a Fall*. !lu is ;i graduate J est Alius, Oklahoma, high school I and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. 1 turner of Altus. Barb...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

The ileepinn ^police w;t il ftajor anMthot.c of the Middle grs. The fumes of Juices of !>porifio plants, on a sea-sponge, }ere inhaled by the patient and |rere supposed to make him un- mscious to sut-gical pain. C I *' here ,-i!v ill- ' >*. Palestine. 1NW0RMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN he rtiia*ri*« of Pin-Worms have br« n Kown for c*nturiea. and million* of vic- i have ftouffbt a way to deal with this that llvea inside the human body. Today, than!.a to a special. medically drug a hirhly effective treat- Bent ha<* been made poaalble. Thin drutf la pr vital ingredient in P-W, the Pin-Worm bleta dev 'lc i<e<! in the lnburaturie* of Dr. 1 Jayne A Son. The a mall. ea«y-to-take P-W tablet a a«*t k ap«-ciol way to remove Pin-Worms. So ft auffer with the emharra* tni* r K eauacd by thir ugly lent. Aak your i gffiat for JATNC*S f-W and follow the ;*ctiona. meana f io*Worm relief I Page 11—Borger, (Texas' Newi Herald Thursday. Nov. 7, IMS Jester To Speak at 29th WTCC Convention Friday ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 7 November 1946

I THE BORGER NEWS HERALD Published at JOS North Me in Street. P r<j«. Te*,.- cvny •venmq •XC«pl Saturday, ar.d on Sunday morning by Panhandla Publishing Company. Inc.. Pubh-.ho.-1. J. C. Phillips. l'ditor and Manng r On* Yaar SI'.00 Si* Months — — Ml - Thr*« Months 3.0C Monlh ! ! ,.. _ _...-.—ii..... . . .. 1.10 Weekly 4S Entered as tecond-class matter November 23. 1926. at the Po«t Office at Borger. T m under the Act of March >. 110"* The Associated Press is i xclu*iv«ly entitled to the u«e ot republl cation of all ne • dispatch** credited to it or not otherwise Page 12—Bc a tcxtM) New -Her ld—Thursday Nov. 7, 1C46 East Texas Field Operators Asked To Report Well Status port covering oil wells in the field on w before the first of the year. Reports must pAiscrit date ob- tained by individual well tests be-, tween the date of the order and the date the report is filed, the eoromission utipulMed. AUSTIN Tex.. Nov. 7—<>* )—j Other s H>cfal ordwst include! the i Th<>...

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