Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 61, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 2, 1941 Page: 2 of 12
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THE BORGER (TEXAS) DAILY HERALD
THE BQRGER DAILY HERALD
PuMtehed at Ml North Main Street, Borgo. Tixm Every Evening
Except Saturday, and on Sunday Morning by
Nahindli Publishing Company, Inc. — Publisher
J. C. PHILLIPS . Editor and Manager
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•Ix Mentha ...
Entered as aecond-claas matte November 23. W26 at the Po t
Office It Borger, Texas, under the Act of March 8. 1H97.
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled t«> the use of repub-
Ucation of all news dispatches credit to it or not otherwise.
Remember, Comrade Benito?
Whether it be true, or not, that serious rioting has
taken place in Northern Italian industrial cities, we do
not know. It is more than likely that indirect reports
are exaggerated or even untrue
And yet it is not illogical that there should be
such disorders, now or later. Seeds of socialism, and
of anti-imperialism, were sown there many years ago,
Later efforts have been made to root them out, but
deep beneath the soil of the Romagna they may re-
Who sowed those seeds? Thirty years ago a
young socialist was agitating in Forli, Milan, and oth-
er cities, demanding violent sabotage against Italian
imperialist military ventures into Tripoli. Outstand-
ing in his advocacy of violence, he urged that women
lie down on the railroad tracks to bor trains from car-
rying Italian boys to Africa to fight for the realization
of imperial ambitions. He even served five months
in jail after an affair at Forli in which railroad tracks
were torn up to prevent the passage of troop trai/is
The name of this agitator3 Benito Mussolini, o
ragged, sick, unstable workman who had spent hours
agitating for every moment of honest work he had ever
Thirty years have passed, and now, so wonderful
is human life and the strange things that happen to
men, it is this same man who is sending fresh trans-
ports full of young Italians to die in the same Africa
for another Imperial Dream. It is this same man who
dreams of resurrecting the ghost of the old Roman
Empire, and who flings legions against Greece, and
Albania, and Ethiopia.
Truly, in all history there are few parallels to this
socialist turned fascist, this worker turned ruler, this
anti-imperialist turned imperialist, this poor, ragged
agitator turned to a rich, braid-uniformed imperator,
this man who tried to stop the troop trains issuing or-
ders that the trains shall move again.
Should it happen as it may have happened, or as
it may yet happen, that discontented workmen of Mi
Ian or Turin, watching the casualty lists that have cost
50,000 dead and wounded and I 10,000 prisoners,
watching the infiltration of the alien German, should
| riot against Authority, one man, at least, will under-
Benito Mussolini once stood where they
We wouldn't mind living to be 100 if they'd let
us sit down the last 20 years.
Blaék or Brown. Folding Wooden frame
with Composition Top. February Sale
Price while they last
180 Coil Innersprug
I Fibril Ticking
ISO Staal Coils
38 Coil Spring $4.66
Full Size Tahle Top
Full sisa tabla top. Four burners,
full site ovan. All over enamel. Drop
down broiler. Larga storage com-
partment. Bale price only
9x12 Felt Base
Wore Bold to
Substantial Wooden Ironing
Board. Folding and Compact,
Complete with Pad and Cover
All For Only
MATTRESS COVERS$ éñ
Button On Type. Full or ^ H
Dollar Day Only
FR AMED PICTURES $ iW
Fancy Frames, Full Color Re- ^ H
productions. Values to $2.25
Dollar Day Only
Dollar Day Only you can buy any
Living Room or Studio Divan Suite
in the Store with a Down Payment
See Our Windows!
Rich tapestry coverings in a
variety of colon and patterns.
A sofa by day—a bad by night
Both pieces during February
DOLLAR DAY OifLY
¡ring Room or Studio Divan Suite
' a Down Payment of only..
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By John Strutt
Nico weather we're havin' aint
it Writing as of Saturday night
we predict a be-oü-ti-ful clay, for
this is the day "we" hope the in-
structor will let us solo a certain
We've planned a little party, not
for our personal fans but for out
flyinji! uiBN. IF we solo, or when
we soló <whether today or next
Sunday we'll give awav FIFTEEN
MINUTES OF FLYING IN-
¡¿XHUCTKIN FRBl? to the husk#,
person in the crowd who holds
the lucky number. This is the be-
ginning of a scheme for every fly.
inj? Sunday. Next timo you'll have
tc answer some easy—and some
rut so easy questions about air-
planes and flying hi general to win
Borger people have learned to
judge flying weather pretty well
! >' we'll leave it up to you. If it
looks like a go this afternoon about
four o'clock come on out—you may
be the lucky one.
The Aeronca 55 belonging to the
Borger Aeronca Flying Club will
probably be test hopped today or
tomorrow in preparation for
The Aeronca "K" 'Peapopper1
has been going it all week, and
all of the "Jim" boys are happy.
Talking to Manager Olmstead
of Borger Air Service lost night we
learned a few things which just
gotla be straightened out. The
policy of the management as re-
gards the Use or possession of al-
coholic beverages at or around the
hangar is an follow : The CAA
rules will always apply - No PAS-
SENCiKR UNI)MR OK DEEMED
BY THE PILOT To BE UNDER
THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXI-
CATING LlQlJOlt WILL ME CAR-
RIED IN AN AIRPLANE. NO
DRINKING OF LIQUOR, BEER
OR WINK WILL BE TOLERATED
AT, IN OR AROUND THE HANG-
AR. THESE RULES WILL BE
ENFORCED BY LEGAL MEANS.
at Minimum Cost
STOP AT A
IN TEXAS: Abllrnr
IN CALIFORNIA: Long ft ch
•nd The Sir Fimli llnkc
In Sjn PriiuiwV
IN NSW MEXICO
Please, you fivers not flying or
y« o friends oi fliers who like to
be a ¡¡rod fellow leave your spir-
its at heme. Here we'd like to suy
fi: all fairness to our pilots: no
trouble has ever come of ¡.uch a
thing at the port BUT we're on a
safety campaign, so that we can
protect our perfect safety record
Irem now on.
I> n't number two is this ■--don't
insist you fans and friends on rid-
ing with a student or solo pilot.
The CAA is getting tougher and
ti uglier on this practice and we'll
stick with th.-m on it. A man
whi s had enough time for a pri-
vate license should gel a private.
He can then take anyone he wish
e«. and go anyv, here he wishes,
without danger of being ground-
What we said last week about
i ui local blackboard I lying still
goes—and goes double. Hill Har-
nugel put on an exhibition la.st
Thursday night which brings the
faculty record up to 100 per cent.
Que.- tiolls were handed each of the
twenty-one students 'six ladies'
Up< n arrival. These questions were
graded on the spot and the discus-
sion which lollo'ved cleared up
any doubts. This Thursday night
it's NAVIGATION with instructor
W. F. 'Hill' Seeger. Be there.
Solo - Sohi
Cliff Bennett wasn't satisfied
just to sold a plan'.-, he wanted
lo ily some more right away. The
weather was "legal" when he took
r ii' Friday for some practice land-
ings but before he had completely
circled the field he was disappear-
ing behind a wispy curtain of
cli ud now and again.
"Ju t Mtudyitvg meterolpgy,"
said the new eaglet alter a perfect
landing. We ain't seen him up
Sunday, February 2, 1941
Unlimited Quota For U. S. Flying
Cadets, Army Officials Announce
we dulnl' I"! vm dnwn, The
telephone IMjejwi'.>• been t.ill. m:
about ta on lili- way. We can't
hand out too much praise to some
tyne fly In' fellows for sinking the
holes in their snare time Tuppinu
the list are Onnie «Griff' Griffin,
Dewey Scott, and Al Arnold
There'll be more to mention next
time lor the Jul) should be fin-
ished by then.
The Seegei -McKinney hangar i
beginning to r r up on th ' horizon
as the latest addition to equipment
at the port. An office-waiting
11 > in will appear this week.
Signing the register at the hang-
ar this week were: .less Edwards
i and Arnold Ferguson of Spearman,
; flying a Tuylorcruft. T. E Barker
; of Denver, pi luting and we mean
piloting a 450 III' Beechcrttft with
passengers Mr. Manning and Mr.
Burke: Earl Sweat! of Dumas in
a Taylor Cub, Mr. Bureham of
Mangum, Okla. Cub Trainer Bill
Barrett of Pampa Aeronca Chief,
and Carl Cotterell ol Dumas,
bringing in a Taylor Cub for a re-
Next week we'll give you ' Im
pretwiuns of a Solo" by ,1. B. Strutt
—if wo make it. We'll algo answer
Four ro< ru:b from the I'an-
h iis.il'' ¡n the U, S Arm* were an
! today by Everett W.
Bnchí i. .-itait 1 mTUitmtf < nirei
at tlu! Lubbock
The enl.stees included George 8
Odam. Glenn James. Clyde E.
Tate and Oi Mn G. H< tt The first
ha.-' been sent to San Angelo and
the latter three to Mat Iter Field.
I Pi tul enli .tmeub to date from
the pithlv.mdlc includ1' men.
. Bright reported Two nrst prior it)
vacaiu-ies now, exis! m tho 2nd
Obsei cation Battale-n at Ft Sill,
i ikla . he .:aid, and ¡?!í in 'he lHth
Field A) Idler, at Fl Sill.
Second priority vacancies lol-
Two in the ali co.West ('oast
School. Kelly Field IVx
, Twenty -nine in the tiir corps, re-
I emit detachment at La- Vcr.as,
j N«v„ shipped to llrooi" Field Tex.
Twein,-fon. in the air corps,
! recruit detachment at Mather
; FeiId. CaliI . shipped to Ha .dolph
Twenty tw< to tic air corps,
lüth Schoi I Squadr.-n. Sun An-
.'a question or two we've received
j—and there'll be <>nleihin¡; of
i great intere.-i about new model
¡light olune; AND we hope to
i nnftnúndü a new living club,
i See you next week'
Ten t< the 31st Infantry in the
rsvi-nty :: vt to the tiOtti Coast
Artillery in the Philippine Depart-
Quotas for tho Philippine D - ^
partmcnt must be filled by Feb.
20. and there i# an unlimited quo-
ta for flying cadet*.
DISPOSE SETS HECOHD
MIAMI Fin.. Feb I -W-—
Kan. Haia h Dispose establish '
ed a new tratk inco-d ¡>t Ji22 2-.i
oyer the seven furl tigs of the $5,-
¡000 added Ha humas handicap ot' ^
Hiilloah Hark today in dol>atin|'
l)i¡', Held i I three year old o'and
dates lor the !• iamingo SVahS^ >
; three weeks hence,
A PLEASURE- TOO COSTLY
RALEIÓH. N. C„ Feb
The p lice department telephone
. rang: , '
"How much does it eofl to whlpi
la no account se<>un<."®J
"Let's see replied OCficor lw
M. Gargif.. !'. would be a fino
¡ol Sté oi 80 days or both."
That'; too much.' The receiv-
Approjttonalely 'il.ooa tinelo; and .
automobiles or ss the San K*aifj
("i-i onltlnnd bridge ev'ei.v My
RUMMAGE TABLE NO. 1
Check These Remarkable Values!
Men s Regular $1.00 Dress Shirts
• Boys' Jackets. S1.0U Value
• Children's Robes
Men's Heavy Work Shirts
• Fancy Plush Pillows
• Ladies Dress Slippers
• Ladies' House Slippers
New Spring Ruffled Curtains
MEN S UNIONS
Man's Felt HntK.
Values to $2 00
2 „ 1.00
For dress or work
Value to 15c
Sises 6 to 17
SKIRTS and SHOBTS
Regular 35c Values
5 , 1.00
Krinkle Bed Spreads
79c Value- -Limit 2
Light or dark patterns
12 r; loo
Men's new drrrs shirts
Heavy khaki pants
In blue or tan
Ladies' Rayon Crepe Slips
New 80 Square Print
Values To 981
Children's Play Suits
New Spun rayons and
New fast color
3 , , loo
Heavy Weight turkish Towels
12 £ 1.00
6 w 1.00
BOYS' UNION SUITS
Boys' Heavy Weight Ribbed Unions. 49c Verfue
3||&fiÉ|,k Hsu ITS
RUMMAGE TABLE NO. 2
CHECK EVERY ITEM
Part Wool Double Blanket. Reg. >2
Men's and Boys' Boot Pants
Boys' Heavy Melton Jackets
Men's and Ladies' Robes
Men's Part Wool Sweaters
Ladies' Print Pnjaman
Ladies' and Children's Shoes
Men s and
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Phillips, J. C. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 61, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 2, 1941, newspaper, February 2, 1941; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168186/m1/2/: accessed July 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.