80 Years Ago Taken from the pages of the Dolores Star, Friday, Nov. 4, 1932 Fred Bradshaw, Editor

The Dolores Star is in no way favorable to the candidacy of W. Bruce Jacobson, and that the backers of Mr. Jacobson have taken advantage of the fact that an advertisement appearing in this paper two weeks ago not marked as such has been quoted as being the editorial view of this paper, is in no way to Mr. Jacobson’s credit. As a district attorney, Jack is a darn good telegraph operator. Elect Jimmy Noland. This is no advertisement. Durango Herald-Domocrat please copy.

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President Hoover’s eleventh hour attempt to stop the Democratic tidal wave — why does he always wait until the eleventh hour to do anything? — will prove as futile as his eleventh hour effort to overcome the depression.

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We heartily commend the attitude of The Star in its stand discouraging the placarding of carloads of produce shipped from Montezuma County to the drought stricken counties of the state. An understanding and sympathetic and generous people do not boast of their charitable acts.

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Dolores Motor Co. reports the sale of a Chevrolet coupe to T. J. Orr, of McPhee.

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The Martin Rush family spent the day Saturday at the Axel Johnson home near Towaoc.

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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Akin left yesterday to spend a few days at the sheep camp on Ground Hog.

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Mrs. Ed Lockett and Mrs. Callie Harkey made a trip to Durango Wednesday,returning home that evening.

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Miss Lulu Todd went to Cortez this week to accept a position in which she has been employed.

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Mesdames Maria Giorgetta and Jane Goodwin entertained the Ladies Aid Society at the church annex Nov. 13.

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Dolores Motor Co. reports the sale of a Chevrolet Cabriolet ot Eunice Logan, a teacher in the Shiprock Indian School, this week.

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Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jones and son made a business trip to Durango last Friday afternoon, returning home that evening.

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Scott Sagrillo has been ill this week.

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