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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

Dr. Floyd loase, 'hip Com- •rving on •n Brown, witt VVil- Henry Igers, and Proper- lett. Sen-- >odard, R. chardson, A., fields, #rly Con- gg, Alien Ernest leyden to Commit- FFA Rodeo Winners Announced The first all High School Rodeo I-,cid in Jacksonville, Friday and Saturday, was termed a moderate local FFA chapter, sponsors of the event, took in slightly over S450.00 during the two night per formance. This amount covered all expenses with only a small profit Fans who attended the rodeo were well impressed by the show that tile youngsters put on. The ; nimal.s that were provided for the events were exceptionally wild and the fans enjoyed many spills and thrills. The rodeo clowns. both high school boys, provided the crowd with numerous laughs. Jack Katen of Jacksonville, who ti ar are A Leon Frank d Stone, ie win- Good Plumbing Is Basic! In building a new home, make sure that your plumbing is adequate to the purpose and is expertly installed for permanent satisfaction. Get our re...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

Coy Smith Llfo NMurwca HoiyltallMtlaa RaHrwimt Plana Educational Plana AMSRICAN GENERAL Ml Dallas Stroot LI# Imuranca Company JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Houston, Ta xa Phono 5239 Mrs. Curry and Mrs. Beall Bon Voyage Party Compliments M"1" Lugenbuhl 19 Representative , On WSCSTour A bon voyage party Friday aft Mara Bruno, Mrs L B Haberle, emoon honored Mrs Bradford Mrs W. H. Bramlette. Mr* D A. furry and Mrs W F Beall in the Sander*, Mra Roland Offord, Mrs. home of Mrs F T Goodion, O - Dirk Sheffield and Miss Theresa Bruno were in the house party Approximately one hundred ind twwity guests called from 2 30 to 5 30 pm 0 ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! MR. HOME OWNER... BE PROTECTED! V/// *00 OUTSIOI * Hin jmrn GUÚétñ ) Oliddcn !/>. {PAINT NOW' WITH FAMOUS GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTING PROTECTION ...NEW HOME BEAUTY ONLY Per Gallon Don't let the ravage* oí weather rtrt and deteriorate your home—mum coaUy repain—depreciate your investment I Right now ii the time to get the new home look-—new pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

I I 'flcumd . . Town tylitíí ffiaundaJlout INVITE ALL YOU folks tc Rusk' big Dairy Day Friday . . . But you better come back Satur- day, too, for that's the day some- body will win their summer's vaca- tion . . . COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' mSopx VOLUME 112 JUNE 16. 1960 24 PAGES NUMBER 52 IT'S IN FLORIDA! And there'll be a drawing for it at 4 p.m. Sat- urday. But thafs not all. Between 2 and 4, dozens more gifts will be given away . . . most of them valu- able merchandise from these parti- cipating stores (where you can still register): Mathews-Miller, Mose- leys, Georgia-Lynne Shop, Piggly W i g g I y, Chapmans Pharmacy, Bead's, Schochler Hardware, Dover Sinclair, Verdi* Mae Banks, Ma- gruder's Beauty Salon. GRAND PRIZE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

ir THE CHEROKEEAN fAG6 TWO JUNE 16, I960 CROWN TOWN CLOWNS Lions Don Daffy Duds, Games Dames Do Same His trusty rifle helped James Hhinton win a pii/< for be Club tackey f arty, hut Ike Itaniel, overalls aall, i K-¡n - h ing are, Mrs. Jamos i'ryor, Mrs. Shelby Hon I ami WiM-wu I inte the tarkie.st at the Lionn Taking part ¡11 the fun mak 'lark W <4, Mr-. I Job I'crsoMs even a chuckle cj: 11 .j tin* tackc rnert/'i'-r- I i< ' 11 • • >I ac- Mr and Mr \V I) Draper. l!;tn,Hi . Ox'-ralis ¿nd rumpled head piec < •. -¿ere much hi vogue last 'J nur <|j> .is Rusk Lions, their d. '<1 mate* tried out I or the tr ;• ''i roun:*i<*>4 or tackiest 1a ti • r -*;i> most appropriate The 1 e was' the Eagle, Nest, jii'-etin ; place of the I,ions ( iuli (K':. 1,.ri l*a.i ladies flight and ' ickey party Appropriated for h<- • '-.it wa 1 all the bizarre lil:-ri'li-h'niTit of a fund raising bur lesflu fhe larli' fasting away usual irrlrob'- inhibition waltzed in their Thur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16, 1960 PAGE 3 Rites Unite Couple In Matrimony Miss Nancy Louise Young and Karl Carol Finley exchanged wed-1 din:; vows in the Calvary Baptist. Church of Rusk. Friday evening, Junii 3rd Daugnier of Mr and Mrs. Robert' R. "V'ounti of Rusk and Shreveport, the bride is a recent Rusk High School graduate. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs W. W. Finley of Rusk, is a graduate of Rusk High School and is a student at Sam Houston State College in Hunts- ville The double ring ceremony was performed by the R e v Wayne Morrow, and the nuptial music was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jim liob Griffin. Prenuptial piano sel- ections included "Oh Promise Me." and I Love Vou Truly." "Because" and "Always" were sung by Mr. Griffin, The bride, escorted by her fath- er. wore a short length formal gown, fashioned of white lace over satin. Long sleeves with points at the wrist were part of the fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt was ac- cented at the waist by a large satin I) o w which end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16, 1960 Jewel Francis Taking Basic R. FRANCIS Napoleon called England a "Nu tion of Shopkeepers." READ THE CLASSIPtEDS FORTJAí h'SON S C Recruit Jewel R. Francis, son of Mr and Mrs Jewel li Frauds of P O Box 243 Husk Texas has tx-eri signed to Company M 3rd Malta! ion. 1st Training Regiment at Fort | Jackson, S C, for eiuht weeks of Basic Combat Training He en listed in the Regular Army at Shreveport, I^ouisiana He will hi' taught rifle marks manship under the I.'. S Army's Trainfire program which enables the modern soldier to become a better rifleman in less time than previous methods In this pro gram, most of his training consists of firm;; his rifle at popup targets at unknown distances on terrain which duplicates combat areas Other highlights of bus intensive training include ,sf|uad tactics, bayonet and hand to hand combat, and (rawling t h e infiltration course while machine gun fire is popping overhead Many of his in structors .ire combat vetera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

Maydelle News BY MRS MINNIE CONNER I? Mr «"harlie Edrmston home ■ :n the Nan Travis Hospital. Mr Owen Fondren of Houston REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ilrick Veneer, 2 years old, 3 bcil room with lar^e closets, liv- i! 1 room, dining room a n d kitchen combined Bathroom, storage closet in hall, sheet rock storage room on car port, in extra good condition, nice lot in city limits FOR SALE 150 acre pasture, barn, load- ing shoots, hog and goat proof fence. Spring fed branch. With short dam could have lake ap- proximately 12 acres. Water rank on place. located 2 4 miles from courthouse on paved farm to market road FOR SALE 4 room frame home, 2 bed rooms, dining room, kitchen, bath, large living room, (in- sulated fiber glass) Sheet rock, hardwood floors, utility room on car port, cyclone fence, corner lot with trees, San Augustine grass in nice addition. All listings priced for quick sale. FOR SALE 2 story white frame, 3 bed- room, kitchen, living roo m, bath, large fireplace, 2 porches, garage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16. 1960 & wübb* \ * Long ones, short ones, thin ones, fat ones . . . there are all different kinds of fathers—but they're ALL grand guys! Piggly Wiggly takes this opportunity to salute every one of 'em! We ve lined up some wonderful food favorites for Father's Day . . . and priced 'em for a soft touch on Pop's pocketbook! He deserves the best dinner ever ... so shop Piggly Wiggly for the very best! Miss Di I worth, Mr. Cantrell Married Mi > Jordan ,i vi Cha¡>e I I Inivcr after <■ The Mr- K Iblworlt i'raridda Di!worth and Hex i '.ii relt e\i han ^'l rnarri . ■ i■; .[lire 7 in I'erkliiH in the Southern Methodist. i ;i ¡ipil I la I la . at half /tit in the cvonin:: bride i . th'- (bill; hter of hride was matron of honor Uride K!i/ali< i h Will iir.ir W.iak .1 r , eh ¡ I .«ii worth and Mr Tom if f )a J la - She is also the ); 'i i of Mr i' K I i y m. id ia 11 ■ a/a both of Donak ton was of lialla Houston Weri Miss Mr- Mi I 'aHas Kay lii.' 'er ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

FOLKS & FACTS FROM ■ M m Three Rusk Women Go To State Meet HOUSTON. June 12—:Mrs. Lili- Worth office of the Texas Feder- Going to the convention from ian . °IMf' x"„UeJílA fme a,ion of Business and Professional Rusk were the following. Louis® of^Business and Professional3Wo" Women's Club offlces' 501 urk C'armel L*e and Wanda man's Clubs at the three-day sess- Burnett Bldg.. Fort Worth. It pre- ' J juii which closed June 12 at the sents the man's viewpoint in the , _ Hue Hotel here clubs state-wide "Crusade for Free- ALTO F0LKS other officers elected to sene dom of Women in Texas" from 48 Mrs Joe Turner speni iast week with her in fast balloting Satur- discriminatory laws. This was do in Elkhart with Mrs Robbie Fowl- day afternoon were Mrs. Ruth Fox, scribed by Mrs Harmine Tobolow- er. They returned to Alto Friday home by their sister-in-law, Mrs. Also visiting the Bices of Alto morning for Piney Woods Baptist Mr and Mrs. Jim O'Quinn in Wells Geo. Burrow. indias, first vice-pres...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNE 16, I960 ? flKjHsw {, .. Home Rites Rusk Members Attend SDA's Camp Meeting Held Here June 2nd In ,i shi>rt but impressive rere- rrioriy Thursday. June 2nd at eight o'rloiK iri the ernñg, Mrs Paul {VI. r Smith Horn It'■' iri t to Charles Wayne me of Mr Mablc l.oniir II Webb officiated Mr, Kill Whitten attended Uw bride . : r'.'i of honor, and the ;'rooin f."ith< r '.as b«-t mart I ullown;.' the *' <chai¡tv of vow^ ' ri 't fitjori 'Aii-. held in the horn' ¡h' table was laid with a pink or :'ai-dy o'.<r taffeta clijth, (entered vit11 an arrant'.eirtent of pink and wlii'c rarnations and sio<k f'r.v-ial 'andelabras with white (.(•' . on.pliirientcd the renter- pier e Keene Tex the I960 ca: S«wenth ÍJay state of Tex from June rj the evan;elih ard Harron I /nil This < or e. angejistl' I Kusk beginn H i< hard speaker preached day June 'I urn* i.ativ s wa.s the location of pmeetini: for th<' Adventuts of the s The encampment to June 11 f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNE 16, 1960 Leadership Is Hazard, Last Elections Show ★ FASHION: U.S.A.** )?y Vrian-^^C-uru: By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN, TEX —In looking for- ward to the 57th Legislature, spec- ulation now centers on (1) who will be elected Speaker of the House and (21 who will get important Leg- islative committee assignments. Speaker's race is following the pattern of two years ago. Both Rep. Wade Spilman of McAllen and Rep. James Turman of Gober claim sure victory. Each accuses the other of claiming votes from members that aren't actually pled- ged to him. It takes votes of 7G of the 150 House members to win. Actual e- lection takes place when the Leg- islature meets in January. Committee assignments will be made at the start of the session by the Lieutenant Governor for the Senate and by the newly-elected Speaker of the House. Make-up of committees is of crucial importance since an unfav- orable committee can, by delay or disapproval, bring almost...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

DRINK £ An Extra GLASS OF MILK Every Day Did You... EVER SEE A MILLION DOLLAR CHECK? JACKSONVILLE'S DAIRY DAY PROGRAM FRIDAY -JUNE 17TH Downtown Parade — 4:30 P.M. Milking Contest -- 5:00 P.M. in the city park Free Milk distributed by Rusk and Jacksonville Cheerleaders Watch for the Dairy Dollar Man Waitresses may win a silver dollar Talk about "Big Business"! Cherokee county dairy farmers are one of the most producingest industries in Texas. In 1959 the county's 60 dairymen sent more than 17,000,000 pounds of milk to market. 7 hat's a lot of cows, a lot of milk, and a lot of work. The end result was over a million dollars in gross milk paychecks, making county dairying a vital factor in the business and economic life of our county and our communities. WE ALL PROFIT Out of this million dollar "pay check" the dairy farmer pays for all of his supplies, services, and machinery. Thus the dairy dollars he earns work thro- ughout our community, bringing money into the open market which he...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

i CÁ Ci w roí pAYTUm*. ' OfíDKK ~ mi,™ I That's How Much the Dairy Industry Pours into our County Economy One of our biggest and most important Industries for farmer, la- borer, businessman! to put into practice their knowledge of the importance of land-use conservation to preserve and protect our soil heritage. Thus, they are doing what they can to assure their continued contribution to our county's welfare. WHAT OF OUR PART What we must all do is to realize that this million dollars does not "just come" to our county; it is the result of careful planning, good farm manage- ment, and a generous measure of work. It is not enough that our county citizens merely offer the traditional salute to our dairy farmers, well-deserved as it is. We must realize that only by buying and using dairy products are we help- ing to maintain the market which the Cherokee County dairy farmers is called upon to help supply. We must realize that it is only to our best interest to support the dairy farm- e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

p J í) CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Auittant County Home Demonstration Agent Ann Shellhammer Teenagers are more concerned about preparing special foods for friends and family. For example, 4-H'ers who have been enrolled in "Dairy Foods" contest are Joyce Traylor, Terry Perkins, Janie Sue Bennett, Mar^y Nell Moore, and many other 4-H'ers throughout the County. As a result of their out side activities, these girls like to introduce new ideas in preparing complete meals arid snacks for their guest Food demonstrations are given by 4-H Club girls in Cherokee County to introduce new ways of using locally raised products, and thereby improve their daily diets To get ready to give these demon- strations, girls have had to develop a background of information on food and nutrition They have also had to become proficiwit in the preparation of foods and use of professional technique in demon- strations Terry Yvonne -Perkins and Joyce Traylor presented their demon Ktration on "Tuna Fish Dip", to Ne...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches sionary) |JRCH 8 James School g Wo.-ship rraining Ser. Worship ht Service Night it. night of íjj |*| pill •ii jijli!!!' iiiiiii! ¡••¡¡¡ii m <7u -• ; *- * *' S f:ÜM lili1 I a.m. :55 am. p.m. |30 p.m. Monday ) hdays) 7 00 —7:00 D m. lia p.m. ilijf p.m. vm ijjjl} HI urch 1 ::::: Itlff tor III p.m. II jijjj; .00 a m. p.m. iiiii: Sip 1—6:30 p.m. illii |0 p.m. 1 Church iiiii lor |5 a.m. i! le — 6:00 iiiii p.m. p.m. Church eorge .m. • • " •v J ... How true that a ^ mother's influence can be so great.. 7* "The Hand that rocks the cradle rules the world." Perhaps the child pictured here will, in the future, not be rocking a doll, but a precious new life. The influence brought to bear on her life now may be passed on to many others. Take your children to Church and train them in the ways of the Lord.' ^ü£7# :::i rfii Church is God's appointed ag«ncy in fliií flífK. for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and cf His demand for man to respond to that ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE * JUNE 16. 1*60 The Cherokeean texas fíTPRiSS 1| ASSOCIATION Content.. . With A Monopoly ITS THE LAW Tft&mAeb- wr I960 E H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Busines* Manager News Editor iflUieü « ecxiiio u<u* al lb* postoffice «i Ku*K, Texiu under Act of March 3. 187® Any erroneous reflection upon the character, «tandlng, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected apon being brought to the attention of th« publisher. SUBSCR Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County IPTION RATES $1.75 $3.00 $2 25 $4.00 Ought To Be Cow Month This month— June—thf; old cow amble «play-footed into the national spotlight. The month íh beinv. promoted a.n Dairy Month in the United Staten. Dairy3, of course, art made up of pa^ture.H, buihlinKH, milking machines and cows. The latter in the source of the things with ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1954 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9~Pessefi«er Station Wagon V-8, radio, heater, automatic trana- miision. Blue finUK. A terrific birr at . . . $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitehall tires, radio, heat- tr. Must move and will go at just . . . $295.00 1959 FORD PICKUP Light green. 6 cylinder, over- drive. One owner. Price . . . $1395.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1045.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 USED CAR LOT MOVED NOW LOCATED ON HENDERSON HIWAY 710 EAST RUSK TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0292 USED CARS Big Selection o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16. 1960 PAGE 1 Local Dairying Grows To $1.5 Million Industry m- ■ County Agent Steve Lilly June ui Dairy Month all over America Dairying is big business here in Cherokee County bringing in over 1 Vj million dollars annual ly to our 70 dairymen. There is a very active dairy program in Cherokee County planned by the Dairy Committee with Grady Imp ree, chairman members John Cates, Billy !>•(■ Maurice Hoi comb, Troy Croft and Shelby Hood Among Dairy' Month act ivities scheduled in Cherokee County will be a parade scheduled for Friday June 17 beginning ir¡ Rusk at 3:30 t' M and Jackson ville at 4 30 P M The Dairy Committee and Beef Cattle Committee headed by Allen Goforth, and members M I) Ar rington, H B Underwood, If Grady Singletary and Carl V.'ip preeht, and the Farm Bureau Board of Directors with firmly, Dupree, President and men.'-ers Grady C Singletary H H ' ill nm, A N. Walley, Jr., l>ahriion Hassell, Frank Young arid Jar k Maxwell are carryiri:: a T;.p...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

flDh OB Call News To 4227 in Jacksonville MU-3-2257 in Rusk All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * Ik. The IThurs- were in the Chapel Iter of- ic Mt. Mrs. Üto; a Jroves; of El >hillips |f-sister, ^ler; a liite of Idren. was in 2 p.m bmetery Jeny of- i. Tues- addi- Survived Steven ■)vc Ma- Mrs, s. Stella Home lients. STREET If IBB ■ B BEAT In the don house this week ( APT. ARCHIE COOK, of the! Jacksonville Police Department for refusing to shake hands .Con- gratulations to RICHIE ROBERT- SON, son of MR AND MRS BRYCE ROBERTSON, who receiv- ed an appointment to the Air Force Academy this week from Congressman JOHN DOWDY . . RANDY FOSTER, reports that his grand opening of the Frostop was a huge success. In case you are in-, terested, they sold those 2000 Hot Dogs. It took four people making the puppies to keep up with the orders. ... The best joke of the week was pulled by R. C. BUCKNER at the breakfast he gave before the1 Lake Jacksonville Marker Dedi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16, I960 Where Does The Individual Stand In All This Clamor? FROM JOHN DOWDY With interest directed toward politics, nominating conventions and the coming election, we should consider the basic fundamentals of our system of government, with emphasis on our individual respon- sibilities as American citizens In this atfe of powerful pressure groups and «team-roller political machines these questions arc raised "What influence does the individual ritiz<*n have on govern- ment' What can I do, as an in dividual'' ('an my vocie be heard in all the clamor''" The citizen still counts in our government The ( onstitution says so. and guarantees it Our govern- ment depends upon the consent of the people as individuals Individ ual to be heard in this day of bin developed by public divussio.n and information, but is often ineffect ive in the political arena because people, t hoi i :r) i payir,.; t n x < ■ • for local and f«duraI covernrnont, do not ehoo e to ma...

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