Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 99, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 9, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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Cow, Sow, Hen Pro-
gram for County
Most Sensible Step
UNITED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
NEA TELEPHOTO AND COMIC SCR VIC*
lMlECKEN KM HIE. TEXAS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 9. 1912
Price Dally 8c — Sunday Kc
GERMAN MACHINE HEARS OIL FIELDS
(hi PijM'liiH's \ml
h ot met Govnnui I rjjes
Vll-Oiif War Support
Kn Knit. !,«•! •
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i-rv .iii.i itin. hi is small tnjsi-
ni.-n ami i>ih *rs *|iii i\rv
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:-I i> .ti S. ynwHir Orahnn..
k ntidiii lltul Cisci, it;. In .t
'.i rally Hi has Uh.b nx-i b)
r.iv«.l> all this -vi* 'k and his
i i - '► < ri taken vv ith r.'nl
> i-nthusiasm, .-njx i tally h *
... hi shinilfl.-r-to-«houlil.'r
l With tl" I'r. s li nt in ."at -
I In'- w;tr t.. victory
, 1- i .(lav IHjfht 111 Wl.il-
■ 'lis vvli.jt Alll.'d l uan his
i--rial tli iv. lust June, hf
.-<1 tin rul-- ul ill.- ml inilus-
i ih, .v,n (pfiurl arid d.ilar*
,h;it ,.|| Aili «-.nilinu.- In muk"
j;r.Mt.-st . ,niti liiitt«in to Ih. !
it r i-'" njli -liiti1 cotitml.' A
f'sstiil ticht i%i.nsi Ifdi-ral -
■ ■I' r. vis ml vv;is nn«- of t•
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Queen Wilhelnnnrf of tt ; Netherland* being ka luted by a Dutch crew at *he intpect
chaser presented her by Presioljnt Roosevelt in ceremonies at Washington Navy Yard.
(Crowds At Rodeo
Grow With Each
I'.ihlii- ApprtivHl And
Supping Puts Show
On ( Hlendar
1 IIITI'tnl's ll Ih.' Ml'otld Stf|)h6lla
County Kim It'i i Saturday afternoon
cnt.-i.d Ul.- final stutos ol the ck-
hiliition with 'In- calibre ol the
|H i r.irniiii • cs .mil the great *up-
Ih-11 uiv en hy the public stampini!
il .is i Oiovv to hold m the calen-
dar here for years to come.
More seats were added for Ih"
slum Fri night when the orowl
sw:ini|ied the gi'iunds Thursday
night Saturday another row
si- its was atlil 'd and the ground.-
sprmkletl heavily against vvhn
promised t-> ht> a record crowd
So many | -i 'ormers were here
that -aturdav morning n vv a s
iKcessiiry lo hold extra contests
fcr al ti) I.*) in the row milking
and calf raping contests Final
rodeo winners will appear in th<>
next issue of the Breckenridge
Congress Of India
Oil Is Destroyed
million* of natives
6 Saboteurs Arc
i Executed Today
In D. C Jail
con It-11. I
tmr Imli i.
new inde|ienden •.>
t. ■ ' t • - if \ lii .1 s iidinifiis.
••ti is <>.>vi>iuot As s. nator.
a- h«'|* « in s,-r\i -in the inipt.r.
' tit an:. tnd mining iuninntl-.'
•vhi. i i, ..is niti tus great Tc*-
a> in I .-try Al!r< d *.inl
Mired pltdi:.(| h,i c..ntinuiii;
tforts i" setting up adequate
'ipelim- fiu liitles t,( furtush .. t
• " Kct :..r i'exiis ml and supplv
Mi s vitid t i.:iimnilit\ to tti«' nat.i
tons «.ir maihiiw
As iVmtnt.r Allr.d rennm. i
■ .1 I sought tn huifd a pi|iellre i
vhicfi v*..iiltl Im'i' l*t-n ivadal.lt-
.it ttu> time I iiit mi i ffnrts w.re,
■|. «"■ ' I ■ s,,f| , ,,i fo
. >' I .litresinfully op|xmed the
pr.'i is<d |u| line last yrar" He
- .ul this khort-ssghtrdnefts was
"ttipiirable *. nlv to the br.--.
.ts who refused to heed til.'
•< r'i,ngs Pearl llartmr at- I
M n ,n ,nil Texas not
v i1; i s i- revenue but more
"a. i Ulv th. lives of hundn-i's
"f I', vis seamen lost with tort '-
'lt 'd tanker*
\ilr.,-(l fl.illv ofiposi's |[|M)li'i(>
rationing in Texas d.iianng such ■
progran would lit a hlnw 10,
tin. common school fund the I'r,.
tsi'v ut IV\ as tnd to state if*-1
vei ,, as we|| .Is In Texas' econo-i
mn lit* .itietally '["he argument
tt it rationing Km Id save ruhlwr
is shallow he adds
( ub Scouts Will
Meet On Monday
NY itie* Hi it 1 • X.in 11i.i> hi. -•
that this nt - l.t )« . «h>. t
w tr might • >t.s|«i • it hy t h .
w.>rds • N.i" It •• t ri >i . 1
when bpeakint to tiv H'.lary CI ih
ai HtKiham that he onl) *h- it
w.n w,. could have would <'
that the I'rut. I States vv iuld I
Ihe numthly pack meeting ot
the Cub Scout- -f Kreckenrldg.-
will Ih held M .tl' Ii. > evening fl'Otll I (M.
.- to oVItK'k I'he program will hir
it usisi n* gt.n.^ nut the presen-
tation ol awards Cold melon vvtl|
All Myiuts cub m.th'.s a,id
• immttt.'e members are asked to
W ork of Scouts
Told Lion* Club
Two SpraktTs Report On
Sra Sc.iutw And t amp
Memla-rs of the Bre. k.'i idg.
l.iotu> Cluh Kriday aM,n heit'l
from two sp -alters atHiut Scout
work m Breckeniulge
Homer Tudor. Scout Executive,
and t' W Waller, skipiier "I tne
Sea Set nits were the s|ieakcrs
Ttidor told tile w.-rk it Camp
Hilly I«il.Intiis wtit-i • Breckenridge
Scouts won many honor*. Iro p
17 under C fi. King tiHik five i-
v. arils Tudor told ot the excel
lent training given the Stout- in
tin camp He said there were ov-
•r 4H0 who attended 4? of these
being from Breckenridge
(' W Waller told ol the Work
ill the Sea Stouts here which is
fostered hy the Latins Club Ii
reminded that this organisation
..gain mad. tlv national fleet of
Sea Se'e-uts ranking fourteenth in
tin nation I'he local Scouts is..
Possum Kingdom l^ikt for 1rain-
ing on then ship, the Texan
He pointed out that the Se«
Scout training better prepares
any one expecing to enter t h •
navy some t inner local Scout-
will have entered the serv Kt' .'I-
r -ady having cnnimiysintts
The meeting was presided over
by I ii Brut e Snider
Russell To Speak
I SO Prepared To Illness Fatal l o
Entertain Many Mrs. M. P. V ail
Serv ice Men
With pay day iv>t tai gone and
11. - attract mil .1 the nitlto Satui-
•liiv another large intlux if s(l-
diers vvils cxjiected in Brekv.i-
ridge over lilt weekend and tho^c
in charge ol tiv t'SO service here
had set uti lo serve them.
Meinliers "f tin- Twentieth Cen-
tury Club will I*- hostesses
Mrs lioyle (ifiives chairman
sisting Airs (iiiiv -s arc Mrs.
S Parks. Mrs Ben iH'in.
Charlie iHt-re, ami Mrs W.
Ut. c 'I the committee
Maior in charge of the
cadet corps will Im- Mrs
Siindcl 'l. Jr., assisted by
Norman Kudman and Mrs
Music will Im- under the dire--
tion ol the S.-a Scouts. All visit-
ing servue men are invited to
make use ot the L SI > serv ices a;
Funeral Service* lle'd
Saturday For Resident
Of 19 Years
yetus old 'li
at 2 o'clock at
d Friday afternoon i third plmt
the residence of under
Ihi daughter. All's. J. E. Kfit i.
".Hi South Rose sti 'ct.
Mi's. Villi, a native of Texas,
was Imiii N o vein lie l Si. 1st.™ ta
I'oman.iie county. For a while site
lived in New Mexico and came t"
Broken ridge ll> years igo from
Albany. Her death followed .'"
Funeral services were held Sat -
urday iltern ion • o'clock at titc
Fu-s, Baptist church, Rev. Rog. r
Hebbard and liev. A. .1. M.-rgaa
officiating Burial was in Breti:-
Little Brown Jug. his father
Fess Reynolds, down added 'o
the attraction Fndav night. The."
was some trouble in roping lit"'
..wild cows to milch, hut the hmnc
, ritlinu ml steer ruling was :is
|fxciiine as ever
In the cowgirl sjionsor conte-tt
Caroline Cox of Midland and Juno
Hide of Albany turned in the high
scire for the night show and were
tied for first and second place.
Fern Laivc ol Br -ckeriridge took
with i-nly two |Kiint:
Jack Saunders of Cain made
the liest lime in the calf roping
event w hen lie caiii'ht .and tied his
bull in It. I seconds.
Broncs Pitch Hard
In th.- hi one ruling. Marion Ross
ol Saytf. i )klii v ho came out <in
Play IViv. ,in.l Kdriie Caldwell ol
Midland, who rode Mm-Arthor.
got loud appiaUNe from the stiec*
tafors Wait Rotigl-man of Archer Ncubaucr,
Cit\ was thrown and John Chap- —
man of Fort Worth had consider-
able trouble staying the required
(By llnited Press I
The German war machine neared Russia's
field- today and mass passive resistance by
voted in Japanese-menaced India
The lull working committee of the nil-India congress porlv
meeting in Bombay, overwhelmingly approved Mohandas K tlandl-i-
call for resistance unless Britain gives India its immediate tnde|-.i-
Gandhi, however, said that the start ol Ihe campaign
delayed until h - litis
w ith the British Viceroy
views >n the
In Australia Prime Mini • ■
Jclin Curtm. answering r.-po, i
that the southwest Pact lie was n«t
receiving enough American wa'-
equipment, revealed thai Au^it
i.i had agre'd to divcision ol «up-
plies to "more urgent plac
meaning China, the Midill. I •'
Rc|v>rts from Miw.m indie-ne I
that the emliotilecl Red Armv
fnlling Kick to tin- fooihills ot ih--
Caucasus mountain rang. li
ready was destroying tne Maiki.p
oil installation)* in a sorched earth
Svviirms ol (tertnan tanks a:"!
automatic rill:' men were ts-j¥.it
or! slabbing into Red army rani. ■
in the Armavir area while Na/i
Two Get l-ife IJecause
Of Aid Given FRI
WASHINGTON Aug K R' -
Six of the eight Na'/i wreckers
who came here by U-lmat under
German high command orders to
salmtage the American war effort
were executed today lieginniiig
al noon in the electric chair at
the District of Columbia jail
The White House announced the
executions in a statement which
disclosed that two of the Na/i.. I
were spared death "because of j
their assistance to the government j
of the I'nited States in ihe appr.'-|
hensi .n and convihions of 111"
The President directed that
Ernest Peter Burger's sen ten;."
he commuted to life imprison-
ment at hard Iftlvoi. and George
John Dasr-h's to confinement at
hard labor for .'tt) yean.
The others wore executed:
They . vere Herbert Hans Haupt
2'J. and the youngest, formerly |
ol Chicago; Edwarri John Keiling.
.13, learned ol the lour Nazis wlv>
landed un a
night of Jun«
Heinek. S5: Richtird Quirin. A4.
Werner Tliiel. 35; and Herman
W KM HER
l-.lt If leniperature change
iftt-rtii mi and t -night.
Congressman Sam Rusvll w.ll
s|H-iik.-t it the Rotary Club
lieon Tuesday ntMjn
President Doyle (>r,ivi's said
Siitiiiilav he w inlied to extend an
invitation to noon nvmbers of the
club to he present to hear htm, the
only requirement lieing to tmv for
the meitl Reservations should he
madt at lb' ("hamlier of Corii-
merce no latci tlwan Monday niwn.
Plans were lu ing mad. to give
thisi congressman a trip over Possum
Kingdom dam lake
\KMY 0\ <;REENfICH TIME
Jf IN IT II. 1 ■ ' -1
shipping out LI "■* |i"und«
rubU'r Saturd.'v . fwo hun.hnri
hors~« in the fine parade Phiir-
dav 132 m arena at r> «lco per.
ft.nrvancer- rv ' bad Ernest
Tlllill Fort Worth who sings (e
it Hie ratli > • it _ dinner at
Johns-.n s I 'ale Fridav n tin
die Miftltra on th- >tifefs M1
ing hands with friends Jimtnv
. Allt -I to he gut st at big Kanieciie
at Austin Sun lav it I n click
Mo/elle Vealr taking movies of
rodeo Sis Clark explaining i •
I (Jet. to yr t|i -'I sol h. rs . Piling I v
"lling tl • m it was "he 'r ti
Arthur vvith adding ma-
chine tajv- in Ivind ill smiles
, on tape was t. tal r.xleo gate re-
oripts to Sa'yrdav tnKiri Lit*
(Continued On Pl^r i)
CHICAGO " " Well. hone;.
I ll meet ymi at the usual placv at
■ x tly 17'ki. and *i 11 have more
tur than we did 081600!"
Iri case you're Irving to deciphe
that or - its nothing more than a
silditr hoy and his girl friend'
arranging a vmal engagem. it
Willi the n>t | the Greenwich
Civil Ttnie system being adopted
hv ih. army on a War Iicptirt-j
n i nt onl >r to sjnchroni/e ttm
in all its hr.incla's
Umk't the new sy item, time i*
expressed in .< group of four digits
running from 01100 to 24(K). r '|ire-'
senting the .'4 hr< fr.m midnight.
The fir-t tw i figitres of the foui-
digit *'nal indicate hours after
midnight and the remaining tw.i
shtAv the minutes |mst the hour.
Where the hour can be given in |
a sinkl< digit It will be
> given in
hy a zero For 'x.-mple.
means fi i.'."! a m., and ' p. m. Will
he expressed by 1400.
Confusing? Perhaps to the lay.
man lull not to soldiers when
they hear i top sergeant tiavk.
"Aw right, men. supper will b"
solved al I will'" Commonly term-
ed the 24-hour system it also can
he employed to show the date. «s
well as hour, hy providing the 4-
flgure tlirv group with a two-fig-
ure date group Thus (170515 mean,
its the seventh day of the monttv
at 5:15 a m which probably is f
no importance unless you're Pvt.;
Jones and you have to pile out f
The 24-hour syst 'tn. most re-'
cently adopted hy the sixth corn*
area ht adquarters in Chicago w ill
be used officially in the heading,
iCnntinuert on *igc Thr««) '
Krancet Wyly. t.Ho-year-old
daughlci ni Mr and Mrs .1 ,-e
Wyly wits given first aid treat-
ment at the Westside hospital for
dog bile on one of her ears. The
child was hitten while sitting on
the front porch at her home, it
.1 S Sturm w is treated for a
wound on Ills head Friday at the
Westside Mr Sturm was injured
while working on a J F. Baki r
Herbert Granberry undecweni
emergency ap|Ntndeciomy at thi*
Wests.de Saturday morning.
Yvonne Noble iwhti was taken
from the Rodeo 'o Ihe Bit'cken-
ridgc Clinic and hospital in an
ainljulancc hriday evening has
been dismissed. Mis || R Caudle
is ,-i medical pad- -t at the eliriii-
admitted there Friday. Floyd
Harris underwent a major o|iera-
uon r r .day evening and J. A.
Lauderdale is resting well there.
Five I.reave For
A contingent of five inductees
left Breckenridge Saturday nv.rn-
uig for Mineral Wells, reporting
for duty alter a two-week fur-
Thow w ho left w ere Joe < her-
ton. Charles Pri'he, Edwin R.
ogle I*'reddie Young, Carl Moor?
Is'ing acting corporal.
G. W. Martin In
Mrs. SarUi Callie Martin, oja-r-
ator ol the Court Hotel, has re-
ceived word fn-m her son. G. W.
Martin, that he has ,'nlisted in
the Merchant Marine server at
Galveston and shipped out from
there on July 2Uth fur unknown
Surviving hei are thive sons]
and two daughters. The son* are I Calf Roping
( . R. Vail, Alam >goi'(|o, II M I jn CH|j roping event Byron
W. Vail, San Antonio, and J. A. Maxwell. Elta«vlll": Billy Joplin.
Vail. Houston. The otlu i dnugltfr Bn'ckcnridge; Phelion Herrington
Keith is Mrs S E. p^mg,., Raylor Loojier. Smith-1
• x 111 -: Ed Powers. Brockenridgo: i
H K Alexande*. Waxahachi..',
Ranker To Discuss
Rodeo Sept. 7-9
besides Mrs Keith is Mrs S E
Blcvuis llihbs. N'.'vv Mexico.
Three half sisters and ni>
brother alsti survive. The sisteis
are Mrs. Emma Arthur. Mayhill,
N M.; Mrs T. E Keith Mora.t;
Mrs. M. C. Keith Dublin i' n ■
brother is R J Presl -y of Brock-
enil'lge Besides these .'ight gla.'d
children and one great grandchild
surv iv e her.
The liotly lay in state at the
Sattervvhite Funeral Horn • until
Pall liea re rs inclui^'d Sam
Richardson, J. C I'orilrell. .! \ .
G itakiilld. (leln Christi.inson. VV.
B. Clilt. G. S. Hattna
Grass Fire Call
Firemen Saturday morning ans-
wered . call lo Ihe eastern part
>i t. iwn to extinguish a fin' c-n
Jackson street, one of sevel al
calls already answer,-il this month
lie*ides a large numlwr tn July-
< >nlj call Ibis month that has
not lie -n a grass fire was to 'i
barn owned by linn J arret t behind
the Rainlxiw Inn day before yes-
and H n die Tidwell, Desdemona,
got no time other calf ropersi
end their time were: Jack Soutt-
ders, Cain III. I seconds; Bum
.Stoker, Breckenridge. ML Boh
McGuire, Colorado City. 27.4;!
Zelrii i Herrington Ranger. 19:1
Luther Weeks. Abilene. 43.6: 'in-l'
Hardie Tulwell. Desdemona. .'16.'' 1
Bmnc riders included Johnny
Stovall. Slim Meyeer. Joe Blood-
worth. Marion Ross. Pete Asiul
lock R J Anderson. John Chun-1
man. Eddie Caldwell. Boler Lo.i|i-
••r Raymond I lav is and Writ
Cow- milkers and th >ir tinic
were Zclm.i Herrington. 51: Lu-
ther Weeks, 17.8: Phelton Her-
rington. 25.2, Baylor Looper. .'ty.
and ILun Stoker. Bioekenridge, IS.
Wesley Franklin. Ed Pmvers. Tid-
well. Mac Spain, Breckenridge-
Saunders, Boley Cotton, Alltany;
('. .1 Morales, Breckenridge, an.I
I li 11\ Joplin goi no tim.^
plain's thv '-iMimlied and sir..', t
Ihe haul-put Soviel delend ■
fighting gallantly under gt - a
The Gentians moved ii|*)ii A'
main after one break-through o
low B'laya (ilinu. some 7.". mil"
to the n nth. and another Iwliv.v
Spurred by ihese siieecsscs. ii-
N'ii/is threw shll more tanks an I
Immhers into tin- action as th.-v
hammered their vv ay souihw-a ri
toward ih( Kuban
Seven Planes Downetf
Striking their mighb-si blow v t
at Japanese-held Rabaul. Alia n
Flordia lieiieh the) siimen unit td. d ion> of homli
17; Heinrieh Harm on that New Britain invasion i>
Friday ami churned up deHio.
lion ii| Lie, New Guinea, with
000-pound dcmohri iii bombs
Seven ol 2<i challeiiglnE Japane
Zero 'ighleis nrp repottetl sh •'
down over Rabaul al a cost il
only one Allied plane. a It noil
•ither raiders were damaged u.n
there wet"" some casualties
This daring and deslilative
snuli. by heavy Immlicrs in da
light, vv as aimed ill Vunak ut
airdrome the main enemy air ha
in New Britain. An Alii I em,,
muniquc said every one .1 ti
bombs bit the target urea
Canton Area Raidt-d
United Stales Army varpl.m
raided the Canton area agair i a,
ly Salurtl.'iy. shot down t.w«i t ,
anese planes and desi roved • < i
al more on the ground. Li -ut
Joseph \\ Siillwell's head'|iia
Still anolher enemy aircraft wa
listed as probably shot dow n
combat, though lis destturt
could not he confirmed
File raid was the sect in'I on
Ji-l*ities-: air Iwise at ('.anion
three days rhili'sday Ai- i,.
fliers Will- - - red l ted ntliciallv •
destroying 10 grounded onei:
planes m a siit-pris" assmili \«iu
otil loss tn themselves
Bill Lyons of Petnilia. who is
furnishing rodeo stock here will
confer with Ranget business tn,\-i
Monday morning at 10 .'clock, a
bout staging a rodeo there Mon-1
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, I
S pt. 7. 8 and 9.
Lyons will furnish the stock for!
the rodeo at Mineral Wells prior
to Labor Day. it was stated lieiv
WASHINGTON. Aug 8 ' l'1
Office of Price Administration of-
ficials tiKlay |ir.-jiar.tl "ITniversal"
ratio* Ixioks to cover all the ra-
tioning programs which might lie
put into effect in the coming
3*3 Enemy Aliens
Arrested In N. Y.
NEW YORK. Aug. « 'U.* -
S i/tire of .'Li enemy aliens in the
Nev York metrofi'ilitan area, in-
eluding one who w*s an instruc-
tor in the national youth adminis-
tration. vv as announced today by
the FBI here.
NEW GAME LAWS ANNOUNCED
Charles Ray In
Charles W Ray son ni Mr ari l
Mrs. A. T. Raj lias completed hi.-
pre-flight school work at Kellt,';.
Field and Ims gone to Cureo f->
start his primary flying course.
At present Ray rates as a flying
4-H Club Girls
Are Making Shoes
Comlpete dove and
regulations for Texas this year,
after all conflicts have been iron-
ed out. were announced by the
Gam.- Department as follows:
Mourning Dove, and White-
i Federal Regulations)
Daily Bag Limit - 10 a day of
either or Is.tll sjiecies in the ag-
gregate. Not more than one day s
kill in possession.
t >pen Season for Mourning
North Zone September 1 to
Mctolwr 1. inclusiv e, I North /.one
waterfovi| the counties namedt.
South /vine includes remainder j
of state with the exception f,
Culberson and Hudspeth counties,
which have no open season on
Open Season for White-Winged
Doves September IS to 25th.
inclusive. <The state law provide ,
how'ver, that in the counties of (
Webb, Starr. Zapata. Hidalgo.
Cameron and Willacy it shall lie
lawful to hunt, take or kill mourn
ing doves or white-winged doves
only on each Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday during specified tours;
therefore, in said counties in obe-
Of Voles Made
AUSTIN. Aug 8 t i'- r c.
Senator W. l-e-' ()*Dantel l o t i
Iti. 322 votes ol enough tn b- i
nominated in the dem eratie p-
mary election of July LT> antl w.M
go into a run-off primary vv .
Former Governor James V All., -i
on August 22. official returns
tilt el •ction showed today.
WASHINGTON. Aug « "1"
U. S. Naval and other forces ba ■
attacked .lapanese ins'illati-in. in
the Solomon Islands in force, th.
navy department announced I .
is composed of Yoakum. Terry
Lynn. Garin. Kent, Stonewall, i dience to State law and U. S. rc,'-
I laskell. Thr.ickmorton. cYung | ulations. hunters may take white-1
Palo Pinto. Parker, Johnson, Ellis, i winged doves only on September I
Kaufman, Van Zandt. Rains, Hop-| l?th. 20th, 22 nd and 24th b- |
tJu- nations leather! kins. Franklin and Red Rivor.' tw«en the toui> ol 12 noon fij.d
countiat, and all counties north of I (Continued 0n Pag* ^our), 1
GLADEWATER <«*> Gregg
County Home Demonstration
Agent Ruth Faniuhnt is teaching
4-H girls to make wooden shoes to
Terrier Bejrs For
Ride In Autos
HOUSTON. ' >' Mrs hll
McCormick s toy lo.x t in. i
Wee. doi.-s on Is-gging mo w
for automobile tiiles
But slit- is'gged on.- Ifw. mai
the oth< r da., lot site wa- ik
sway and has not cot! t L-. :i_
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