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Checker Cab Executives, Never Too Far From Violence
So why were so many Checker Cab executives killed back in the day in Chicago? Whether is was the Chicago taxi wars, the milk wars or the union strike of 1937, violences was never far from Checker Cab in Chicago. Below are to examples. Items 1 Checker Cab Executive...
Coronado, California Gets Its First New Checker Cab Police Car
Coronado Eagle and Journal, Volume 67, Number 9, 14 February 1980 If you happen to be standing on a street corner one day trying to flag down a taxicab and a white Checker Cab passes you by with sirens blaring and a Coronado Police Department insignia on the door,...
Here Comes the Annual Money Grab From the Other Checker Club
So the other club is now in the process of hitting up Facebook members for club dues. As usual, they claim that there are advantages to joining, but they don't actually mention any actual benefits? To be clear, our Checker based experience is open to all and its...
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