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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

ml \ m i V;'á:, Í V Í • 9HPM |f : I WW, M - J. ■ • rn I ER ! tJ I : fy.." " )1 I ' "I PRESS P' '■''''iV1.1' -f|"! ^"" ^ i JFTICIAL PUBLICATION, OITT OP BORGER, ' ; I ; . TEXAS -r BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1927. >; M£%rn SK*?>.r- T REFUSES WON'T WITHDRAW RANGERS WHILE ARE "UNDER FIRE if • , * * * * *. * ****** ****** ** *$* * * * * * * * * * * i * « > ¿ X y DAWES TRAIN WRECKED, ONE KILLED HELL'R MARIA' SLEEPS AS HIS ENfilNE CRASHES Locomotive of Vice-President Special Train Plunges Into Ditch TRESTLE BREAKS Engineer Dead, Two Badly Hurt, After Accident In Mississippi MEMPHIS, July 2 —(AP)—One man was killed and two others ser- iously injured today when the loco- motive of the special train hearing Vice-President Charles Dawes and his party plunged through a trestle on the Ya*oo and Mississippi Valley railroad.near Head, Miss'-sippi. The vice-president was asleep in his berth and was not awakened by the accident. A telephone message from the scene of the wreck stated th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

on. With- o ne would life forever mi/' S ..... r scorn not the dsomest man urae as ver her fai i but y, a t y abou tantly .emanation of ttg, uerve-Úng- that she had heir inórale eot private secretary re- a severe jolt. _MackJyn asks to write him a confidential re on the use of the Peach Bloom tics, based on her esnerie n she has to admit y refrained rrom ev/Bryrning cleansing cream and powder, he . _He has a sudden inspira to transform her with, the company cos photograph her in every ge of transformation, and use ner olograph in the. advertisements a leaves him, her cheeks blazing { anger W GO ON WITH THE STORY CHAPTER III ■- When Vera Cameron fled from the'presence of Jerry Macklyn, new advertising manager of the Peach Bloom Cosmetics Company, and her ek m m "boss" since 1-0 o'clock that morning she did not know, for the first time In. her extremely well-regulated young life, where she was going. Her one thought was to hide. She ran zigaaggedly down the long cor- ridor of departme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

"f E$£v&.r;:- '-'V - • i • . ,•- . r i u ( HU 'i I'l'Hiipun iiiirxuiilii luiiii •Hn . TfflS BORGER DAILY HtTRAtf) «WPíSSK „l?§ii f- V • TO THE IAT Smck Billings' Scalp Added to Nebraskan's Trophies FAST MATCH Chick Came From Behind to Win Elimination Contest s Wfstmi League Oklahoma City 18; Lincoln 4. Wichita 4; Dos Moines Tulsa IX; Omaha 3. Amarillo Denver, rain. Slamming his opponent to the IWat for n perfect knockout and to w In thel'inul fall, Bobby Chick came out what at first appeared certain defeat and added the scali> tit big Jack Billings, the Montanan, to his string In the first of an elim- ination serias at the Coliseum last ulght. A match that saw everything over executed by two wrestlers sent the packed Coliseum into a near riot when Billings slammed Bobby Chick td the floor and pinned him with a ■koylock to \vin the second fall. Chick started the match with a series 6i crushing headlocks and made ¡t oasy work to put the Montana giant to tjlecp but a few moments...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

1 siso the loo l £3r* MAIL IN _ . á v" , —ONE YEAR—• 1 6 YEAR MO, nd Son. *7.5a *4.00 Only 5.00 ' B.65 Only __,2.50. BY CARKIHB IN 01TY Br Month By Y«nr 70c 8.00 8 1 MO. MO $2.00 f 70o 1.30 BOt .70 i 80c artfcIfeS, manuRcriptn, let pictures Bent to The Herald aro 8 risk, and the publishers ox- Stea any liability or responsi- tnetr safe custody or return. The ire will be taken, however, to see i ftra hot lost or misplaced in this ft' - PHONE 13 FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS pi NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation o£ any individual, firm, concern or corporation, that may ap- in the. columns of tlje Herald, will be ■ladly corrected when called to the nttetion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly use or injure any individual, fúrra,.-concern or corporation ana corrections will be made when warranted M prominently as was one wrongly published Miarence to fcrticle. &c. « W'? What Ramsay Heard Governor Moody told A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

. f „ fPtn BORCBK DAILY TTWfWATTn >r 1 . 11 '. ■■ :- I ' \i ' * 'V'V ' /'.'••V - ^ pp c k/ > 4 i rasp ;• 'í'fcj V Í.:ÍÍ • aff Paper lor Pibe - \L üü g&fl Don't Forget, a Studebaher Commander Made 5000 Mites in 4,909 Minutes General Motor Car Company, Borgerl ■ÉMÉMtA'£ÍE ' ■ ] V Parachute Coach Who Feared 'Death Leap' Teaches Others w- NEW STANDARD BUYING MEATS U. S. Bureau Hopes New Grades Will be Adopted Everywhere MUCH TO DO Short Course Told That Ex- pcrments Are Still Being Made A garacliute junipers would put ¿awiesgirf'to tye superstitious. AJiovo Ik part of the ''graduating class" _ at the parachute school* Lower left—Alva I'\ Starr poised for a pDracliute jump. Right—The parachute "professor as he appears in school. Starr is chief foouUwain's male, U. S. N. COLI-ECE STATION. Texas, July 17.—The housewife wlio is uncer- tain about specifying just what cuts cf meat she desires Is order to be assured of quality, will be relieved of mu®li worry in that respect with the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

[•¿r { .'V i — (AP) — Igno- 9ered hllfis in| Mi tar as the A ot this' country aré t is a state of delight 3 with the highest lards. i who, belong to the General Ion of Women's Clubs have a working program which i far, they believe, to hasten re of illiteracy from the : States, and so raise the coun- i its position of tenth among rate nations of the world, in the year, the federation irated a "county literacy sur- Those states which joined were to prepare a list of persons in a typical county of their state who could neither read nor write. ..In —her preliminary report, Mrs. Wil- '« llam P. Blackmail of Orlando, Fla., chairman of the committee on edu- ¡I - cation commends more than a dozen :: states for prompt action in the cnm- t*!" "flalgn. The report says that school •and public officials, women of other organizations and social workers _ gave great assistance to the listing and the subsequent teaching of the unlettered men, women and child- reo. ¡- Ndrth Carolina has the distinct...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

mam , I ill i t 1 tbre« insertion for fir* con ta per word. Al) w*nt aú r« f ■: K ¡; ( y SAI. ! **• ' t ^íi i' ' ATJSTIN, Texas— (AP) —MaJvIn Williamson, former Texas Unlverai- ty student and one of the 10 loyal eqliegians to take the "dominant tnale personality" HCt'Ctú\ tests here, han broken into the movies, says an announcement here. Williamson formerly directed the University Curtain Club. tr I ice. Tent house $25. Ground rant, lith and water $5.00 per month. Henderson, apt. west Herald of* "aft lUlUtp. FOR SALE—Furnishe 2-room house and garage. Refrigerator, uice bed, new mat- tress, Targe gns range, library table, radio,' .dishes, etc. $125.00; terms. l'hon« Prai- rie OH and Oft's Co. ('all for Callbway. FOR SALE—Radio, will take sheet iron building or xrnal car as payment. City Service Station. 211-3tc. FOR HALE—2 lf2 ton Mack truck, rebuilt ; pi-iced right. Mack truck agency, Inom. ' 2ii aip. FOR SALE—$125 Burroughs adding mil chine nearly new; $75. also check pro tector at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 29 July 1927

«fill ■PIPftjK ■ v...:r,;} V\ . ■ IT '• mm 1 /' F * j&'fa* -- Z- K * ,w> y j> — K: m I mxM Top—Hotel Castillo and Evangeline Oak on Bayon Teche at St. Marlinville. Lower left—A descen- I,. dant of the Aruadians using an ancient spinning wheel. Right—Miss Mildred Dessens, direct descendant of Arcadian:'., posing as Evangeline. N9NESSM TEXASSNOWS IMPROVEMENT Belter Than Hoped For Last January, Is Report From Austin OIL PUZZLES Cotton Carry-Over Takes Its Place In Survey of I Conditions AUSTIN, Texas, July 20.—With the beginning of the second half of the year on June 1, business conditions in Texas were in a much better condition than was hoped for last January, according to statis- tics and general information re- ceived by the Bureau of Business Research of the University of Texas of which Dr. A. B. Cox is director. The following report compiled by Bervard Nichols, secretary of tin; Bureau, covering the month of June, has just been issued: "The business situation in Texas a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

pwnii ®F. VÑ . /: nfRB Km •' ■ - • % v\ ¿ > .M' Eft* ' * toSSS RSI í vot~ " MÉÉMfáriaÉaHBBM NO. i11111 ,- «■. ASSOCIATED PRESS ■ n mill— BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 81, 1927. MMIIWIWMMI) ORAND JURY FIND$ $70,000 IS PAID FOR $10.000 WORK. CLAIM TEMPLE PIPER CASE COMES UP KNAUGUST Norsworthy Slaying Trial Con- tinued in 84th District Court OTHERS BILLED Stinnet Druggist Charged With Having Liquor For * Sale Including the case of Tempi# Piper, charged with murder of George .Nor&worthy at Outside Inn near Stinnett, seven indictments were continued to the August term of court following the adjournment of the grand jury in 84th district court at Stinnett late yesterday afternoon. The following cases were held over: State vs. Ralph Rice, transporta- tion of liquor, case continued to August term of 84th District qourt. State vs. Leroy Dempsoy, viblat- Ing liquor laws; case continued to August term. State vs. Carry Downing, violating liquor laws, continued. State vs. Covey Hopkins, Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

eet Amer I Will SB v¡ ■■■■ Double Header at Paoer Park Affair for ScouU TITLE AT STAKE By VIC WAGNER Maisuda, B1 Paso Jap, one -at. famous wrestlers In.the t, has been signed up ,for at the Borger Bowl August a $500 guarantee, accord- a telegram from Karl Mattox Borger Bowl affairs, here, 'fü" 111 wrestle Jim Amer- ican the Boston Oreek who threw Oscar Dotson. tthe Pompa Black- smith, and who last Thursday won from Leoe Chaee of Roxana on a disputed decisión. Now the big Greek will have a chance to show what he can really do, for Matsuda is recognized as being one of the best in the -business. Thp Jap holds decisions over a number of heavyweights, and in his own class of welterweight-he stands undefeated. He is' bringing his championship belt to Borger to be on display in a downtown window. Mattox is no wlining "up other contestants fo)- .preliminary events in the August 5fcard at which Mat- suda and Americus will star. Next Monday night at the Bowl Young Sampson, who r$a4e it so ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

■ . 31, 1527. •;.; fcv&¿7 ■ ■ r.> THE BORGER DAILY HERALD mmmomm mmo. «♦ The Women's Page Conducted by Miss Irene Irvine Houston Guest is Honored at Party Mrs. W. O. Hurtle honored hor guest, Mrs. W. S. Rent of Houston, with a bride,o luncheon Monday. Al- ter several games of bridge, Mrs. Hent was presented with a guest prize, Mrs. 1. C. Imtnol won the high prize, and Mrs. Will Dunstuin the second. A delicious -salad course was served to the following guests: Mrs. J. L. Holmes, Mrs. W. S. Bent, Mrs. W- M. Kskew, Mrs. S. U. Bar- tie, Mrs. Wni. Uunsten, Mrs. C. L. Smoot and Mrs. I. C. Immel. Laff-a lott Club Is Entertained Mrs. Will Dunstain entertained the Baff a Bolt, club Tuesday after- noon with Mis. W. S. Bent of Hous- ton, who was visiting Mrs. W. (). Bartle, as guest for the day. The first prize was awarded to Mrs. (' B. Smoot after an interesting and hard game. Mrs. W. P. Dent was given the second prize. A saliul course was served to Mrs. .1. II. Holmes a guest, Mrs. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

— er 23, 1 2C, at the post office 1837. ÜÜ31 I entitled to the use for republication credited to* It or not otherwise credited lu and also the local newt published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES and Sunday ?7.5t) only — 5.00 Only 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Month 70c BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 yoar G mo. 3 mo. $4.00 2.85 1.35 $2.00 1.50 .70 mo. 70c 50c 30c '■ .rv, i. J. E. Nunn «i *rr T By Year $8.00 Tw-iih unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re- pudiates any liability or responsibility for tbeir •lafe custody or return. The utmost care will be taken, however, io see that they aro not loat or misplaced in this office. PHONE 13 FOR ALL pEPARTMENTS 11 ■ i 1 : v r¡t i I- i l I 1 Vote Against the Tax Amendment Every voter should vote in tomorrow's election, when four proposed amendments to the state constitution are to be submitted. One of these amendments contemplates certain "salary hikes" for state...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

tí J. r/ i' « pP;< l 1 wmmmmmmm• (OMM( ClassifiedAds Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ■ IUIm: Two Mata par ward pw Insertion | tbre* insertion for flr« cent* per word. 0Mfe in itfim. All want ad jrOR SALE ■ Mexcan Shot Dead In San Antonio KAN ANTONIO, July 30 -(AD Vera twliil;:. :i the extravagantly pfaisnd ryfl at him. let a uly dimple tug ¡il the corner of hoi' loanable mouili. "Oli, 111 teach you, nover you tear!" Jerry Macklyn's Iauili raiif? -Rodolfo Almeida was shot to dcaili ■ out mid lils wife wounded in the arm Rt their home here today by a mini Bald to he a relutivc of the'couple. He was arrested. 'Here! Ret mo net head an idea in under An enclyclopedia el' bagpipe has lioeu proposed in Scotland. lore FOB SALE OR ItKNT—ONE and n liulf block I fast of i'ixoii i'rcck hospiiiil. on© - -1 room cottage. üJS-utp. JPOJt SALE—Singer Hawing machine. like 'new; priced .fo5.00. inquire at Herald office. FOR SALE—Ford roudhter perfect 'condi- tion. good rubber; $50.uo. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

• • si I KM f I *5% "Check." More than a quarter million of these, each representing a rigid inspection operation, are made daily in the manufacture of Graham Brothers trucks. They are guardians of the quality, de- pendability and long life which these trucks demonstrate in serv- ice. Not only does a corps of inspectors, which in itself would form a large organization, con- stantly check the minutest details of each truck while it is being built, but every truck must give a performance demonstration on the test track. In addition, tests of Graham Brothers truck caravans Haywood Moore, manager of the Alamo service station and garage, corner Main and Seventh, is one of Borger's oldest garage men and a pioneer business man in this ter- ritory. Moore, besides being active in club work here, is a member of the Borger school board. Moore is owner of the Alamo sta- tion which features McQuay-Norris replacement parts and Timken now departure bearings. The garage! has a complete repair and s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

SPRflf ¡Í® •/'V A rC-: ¡3$ ■r • :- Í C * 1 ■ '• )FFIOIAli PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS | ALL DKriBTUn* r* ^ mmmtm 1-^NO. 213. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 81, 1927. PRICE Be USES LOTS OF AUTOMOBILES ROTOI SALES II BORfiEt FIELD HIKE business of Borger Dealers Shows Rapid Expan- sion ALL CARS HERE Growth of Field Attested by Unusual Sales Since the beginning of Borger little more than a year ago, perhaps no business has enjoyed a larger rapid expansion than the automo- bile industry 'in this city. With dealers in almost every make of car. now located in the new city, the lo- cal automobile territory is covered lit a complete manner. The heavy use of, automobiles in the oil field by oil companies, well shooters, and individuals has mount- ed sales in Borger to a surprising figure. Many of the dealers report they are unable to make immedi- ate deliveries becaüíe of the great demand for new cars. Among the oldest of auto dealers in this field are the -GW son -Motor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

Iptrf m ■ n Culberson and Staff Went North ryam Texas to Boost State ty Cars . t . in Price rtco reductions of $30 to $50 on ¡msseriger models in the Pontiac élíective July 15, due to the lies effected through the com- i and operation of its enormous factories at Pontla. Michigan. _ igetlier with the increased volume ot business, is announced by the Oakland Motor Car company. "These price reductions are pos- sible because of the greater facili- ties afforded through a $15,000,000 expansion program," says W. R. Tracy, vice-president in charge of sales. "The new plant for build- ing of Pontiac cars exclusively, was sr completed in April antj is now in the lull swing of operation. While it was anticipated that the improved man- ufacturing facilities would bring a- bout more efficient operation and permit reductions in production costs, it was not expected that such a substantial price reduction would be niatie possible in so short a time." The fact that the huge Pontiac plant reached m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

i I u KSPPl V'£ÁL> 'A"I?a3?Í ':>■ ." . «,>,■ ;4?-5 HVH9HI8SSÍ í r- <'#1rc$f3síE - ■ V ., v v> . * é :D L SAYS ftORGEllMftN Trans-Ocean and Arctic Trip By Air Both So Equipped CARR1EDTHROUGH Storms Failed to Stoo These Batteries From Their 'A Work m. "? /V 1 Half Army Dome at San Antonio SAN ANTONIO, Texas.—(AP)— center ot the western hemisphere Sata Antonio'rf* claim to be the flying is amply borne out by army air service statistics which show that almost half oí ail the air service flying last year was done at Brooks and Kelly fields here. The statistics credit Kelly field with approximately <0,000 hours and Brooks with r.lmost 34,000. The total lor the wtoole servicp was 165,000. This dies not include flying done at Duncan field and the landing field at Ft. Sam Houston. It of course excluded all commercial flying., Langley Field, Vt., is third in the list with, approximately 17,600 hours and Chanute field at Rentoul, 111., is fourth with 12*600 hours. McCook fiel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

I í in Brown ¥ N*me- yer ... M'ci¥Yr*Tesa8—(A 1*)—Lindbergh, the newest town In Texas, If not in the'United States, Is officially on the map today, the dedication papers to the State hav- ing been filed in Starr county, July 20. Named for the air hero, the dedi- cation was made to Colonel Chas. A. Lindbergh, his mother, and the public. It follows in part: , "State of Texas, County of Star. "Know all men by these presents, that we, Mary S. McKay, Scott S. McKay, and J. B. Dune of Cameron county, Texas, owners of tracts lium bei^d 99, 100, 101, 103, 104, 115, 11$, 117, 11S, and 119, of Unit tí of the Valle Rico del Rio Grande Subdivision, the plat of said sub- division being filed Sept. 4, 192G, in the office of the county clerk of Starr county, Texas, to which map have caused said tracts of land to be subdivided and designated as Lindbergh in Starr county, Texas, and to be named and referred to hereafter as Lindbergh as shown by the'- map to which this is attached an<£ made a part...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

sNÁHvr? 9| ' ,V^.?■;?•>Spj v,- P|g If K T '• nil ) «, -t i < - HUSH TIME Comet Guard Fights Vainly to Break Up Ancient Practise *fDECOY~17COPSM B. O. S. Signals Draw Officers Away So Bootleggers Can Get In CHICHESTER, Eng. (AIM--The Rhodes of Captain A vary and the ChouaiiK of La Vendee and those other "grand old smuggle '' hang; over "the white cbasts of Sussex, for in these black nights which de- scend on the English Channel siDugKllng goes on as it has for centuries. British coastguards are attempt- ing to curb extensive smuggling operations which have been mak- ing headway Mn the neighborhood of Selsey Bill, Sussex, about eight miles from here. Signal lights have been seen oil' the coast, an- swering signal lights have been de- tected from the hills, and strange rae appear In the lowns and vil- lager henea bonis. A lifeboat put out from Selsey recently under the> impression that the signals might be a help mes- sage from a ship in distress. When the lifeboat peached the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 31 July 1927

EEf*Tnr*; fe ■ i i r i i -v.j FACE. IKlifV PROMT lUtfCflff pERspiR^noKj SQUAD, owe VNEEtfOW IR' REPAIR GrAMGr AM* HE'U BE , , I i ■■■■ NO . Ov/61? WOO APTfeR VNORWIM Hours, ear he cn Bv SHOO so soo VNOirHflME. MO COrf&OL OVER '•MÍ \ 'J ^ % • vv_ro\rt AIM MCUt DC. w i.-ww w • VoSlKJ'-faEMSfKXS FOR C^NESAyOORSELF. • I |KJ^ HOBBLE. HOME OM. ^^ ■2« s? 3tW . S® , :3ffi .'J* ¡OSES.?. i&S .J> ser- «*-* ae-s? IT .<* * FROM A POSlltoM TO A ObB. • iu. MT.orr. 0".R.VJ.U«AM59 C1W7 BY MCA WfWICC, INC. MINIES CHOSE THE ! COMMANDER Holed Outlaw Borrowed Stu- debaker for Fast Work 1 nearly"hero gjTMMjrjrjirjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjrjirjá \ ALAMO 5 SERVICE STATION ^i-rí- an Just Missed Getting Into Hall of Fame " TM-connection with today's an- nouncement of new low prices on BW48baker cars, Sturlehaker dealers are telling a story about one of their number who had a hero for a sales- man; He wasn't a voluntary hero, is seems, but that pliaw"wf the story nétedh't be emphasized. A mysteriou...

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