Clipped From El Paso Herald-Post
v Pages of Pictures Taken From Magazines; More Bibles Seized Than Other Works Destruction of books ana papers at the El Paso Public Library is a top problem. Mrs. Helen Seymour Farrington, librarian, said, "It is tragic the way people mutilate and steal library property." Mayor Calls Meet On Bus Complaints Bus riders who have a complaint against the El Paso City Lines are invited to a protest meeting tomorrow tomorrow at 10 a. m. at the City Hall. Mayor Hervey has scheduled the meeting so that officials of the El Paso City Lines can hear first hand complaints from patrons. The mayor has received petitions •••' Mrs. Farrington wanted to "lock up everything"' after someone stole a painting from the exhibit room. The picture was "Still Life With Fruit" by Carl R. Cogar of 2 ) Grant avenue. The painting is valued at $400. Steal Their Own Property • "The Bishop's Chapel." by Mrs. Lucille W. Leggett of El Paso, was stolen from the same exhibit room on July 30. It was valued at $200, and has never been recovered. "The worst part about it." she j points out, "is thieves and vandals! don't realize they are stealing andl destroying their own property. Each i item in this library belongs to every | citizen of El Paso.