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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

In vi lie ■! 11: i THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP BY JIM CARROLL Monday. June 20 a date with destiny for two men . . . and a date boxing fans the world over will discuss for many, many moons. For Monday night, world heavy-weight champ Ingemar Johannsen puts his crown on the line against Floyd Patterson, from whom he cap tured the coveted title with a bolt-of lightning right last year. Johannsen is one ol the most colorful men in the fight game to- day. His every day life reminds one of the ring greats of old, to men Hon a few, Dempsey, Schmelling, Conn, Galento . . . The present champ is to say the least unorthodox in his ring philo- sophy ... he trains casually, following no set. rigid pattern, as do most professional ringmen . and while he's not training, he's busy enjoying the popular roie of Heavyweight Champion of the World, with all its glitter and grandeur, to the hilt. He's a globe-trotter, and a shrewd, promotion minded business man. Patterson, the young former champion, on th...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 JUNE 16, 1960 ■MM fl m K /ir i r-K HKlSAKl,Ai>T at the 11. ( Buckner Lake M >u->«• cut of town visitors for the l.akc Jack.^onvi 1 If marker <l<di<, cuisHión. Fees-Douglas Wedding Vows Are Exchanged In Chapel Virginia Wolf Fees bccitmc the |.r:de of Haden H«rndbn Douglas. Jr in the ' ha pel of St. Stephen Proiom.irt ir Aurora, Colorado reoritk Trio Rev Father Robert Serna officiated at the double rintT cere mot... whleh was performed be- fore an aliar decorated with white stock, Jo&'juin Vandas and white tapers The bride given in marriage by her father, chow; an Elean .r blue silk shantung sheath dress featur int; a Queen Anne collar Her hat. a Juliet tap, was fashioned of silk rosos in variegated shades of blue Her bouquet was of white Cattle yas and pikake blossoms She ri the daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Wolf of Aurora and I'ocahunter. An/ MUs 0>nthia Fees served as her mother's only attendant Her dross was dove gre;. silk organza em- ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

.LE Herman Vickers Graveside Rites Held In Kountze Hi rrri; n S Vickcrs. 50, of 1637 •- uin Jackson, died in Kan Travis Menoria! Hospital Monday morn- i at 9.Ü5 Ho was a member of i First Methodist Church. Funeral services were held Tues day inornins at 10 a m in the (iraJard • Sprasgins-Swofford Fun- eral Chapel with the Rev. Robert B Langham officiating. Burial was in Old Hardy Cemeterv near Kountze, where graveside r i t e s were held at 4 p m. Pallbearers were Claude Wilson, Alvin Dixon, rrivi> (.reen. Don Maxwell, Leon Crane, arid Ira Bailey He is survived !ry his wife, Mrs Bobbie (' Vickers; a daughter. Miss Sandra Jean Vickers; and a sister, M r s Bernice (iilmore, Kountze John Adams was first president to occupy the White House. Final Closeout One Big Table Dotted Swiss, Drip Dries, Border Prints, Sheers, Fash- ion Prints. Values to 79c per yd. Yds. $1.00 of Al! Summer Fabrics Big Reductions One Big Table Cupi-shan, Aristamoor, Dan River Cottons, Galey & Lord Solids, ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 16, 1960 5 Brownies Attend Camp This Week Mrs. T. T. Clark Is Feted With 85th Birthday Party The East Texas Girl Scout Camp. Camp Whispering Pines, located near Garrison in Nacogdoches E3LU ■ lMFWA -1 Thurv & Fri., June 16 4 17 "Kidnapped" Peter Finch James McArthur Sit. 1 Day Only BIG DOUBLE FEATURE "Gunfighters of Abilene" She Gods o< Sh*rl< Reef Sat. Midnight Show "Sign of Zorro" Alto Sun. & Mon. Tues. 4 Wed., June 21 & 22 "I Paased for White" Thurv 4 Fri., June 23 4 24 " Gallant Hours" Thurv Only June 16 "Oregon Trail" "Enchanted Island" Every Thursday it Buck Night Fri. 4 Sit., June 17 A 1! "Geiaha Boy" "Wonderful 9t Country' Sunday 4 Monday "This Earth Is Mine" Tuevday A Wednesday "Gazebo" With Glenn Ford Thursday Only BUCK NIGHT "Thirteen Fighting Men" "Old Man and the Sea" County, opened its I960 ramping season Sunday, June 12th This week the camp is being operated for Brownie Scouts, girls from 7 through 10 year* of age While at ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

GIVE YOU TEXAS Old Rip Was A Real Hardy Frog Dr. McDonald Returns From Chiropractic Convention (Conclusion of story of Old Rip) What was the scene which the waiting audience beheld'' The ihree stories of the courthouse had been leveled. All that remain ed. besides the basement, was the floor of the first story — and a jacked section of wall, some eight feet high immediately above the cornerstone. By this time many persons were standing on the floor of the old structure, others were perched on a mound of debris in the yard but most were on the ground. Heads were thrust from the upper windows of the build- ines overlooking the square. Fully 1,500 were present and eyes were directed, from all sides, from above and from below at the corn- erstone as the drama began. A cable was looped al>out the wall and the end was attached to a truck which began to tug. But there were warning shouts: the wall and the cornerstone were so firmly attached that both threatened to topple. So a worker pe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOC KtCMT JUNE 14. \HO f-= Outdoors In Texas A/wtyS * phcm tl htrd i.i I he-r* !'■*('t Tilir,hont.P/i*n d/ 'No, you didn't fjc f Trie out of bed ..." N'o morí- jumping '<' t from rosy comfort when the phone rinKS now ! An n'l'iitiorial phone ut. your bedside ends that ard it costs so little (jet a handsome additional phone in a color to hlend w ith the room. W GENERAL TELEPHONE firm- n't 1 orgéit ft.hcrm By Vtrn Strtford As an outdoorsman you should learn all you ran regarding mother nature -especially how she pro vides for you, a well as for the game you love 1 enjoy our modern frozen foods and mecharuial gadget just as rpuch as the next fellow Hut I think it is good to know how the Indians and the early pioneers sur vi ved without th convenienre< Having nothing hut what moth er nature pi o .di d iur predece^s or ; survived because of their know ledge and ingenuity in using what they had. Karh aninial. plant, shrub tree bird, gras 01 ' hat haw you. had its o«....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

fomSSST'" s"°* COt occurs family I f Í? Pi f . 'Raunci . . Town tyl/itfi iRxumdafxxut IT'S A DEBATABLE question 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, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy as to whether folks ever really VOLUME 113 grow up . . . Roundabout remem- bers (fondly) the great experience once of being able to say, "Shake the hand that shook the hand of Gene Autry" . . and this week we've had fun telling our little Roustabouts to "shake the hand that shook the hand of vice presi- dent Richard Nixon," OF COURSE we didn't mention to them that we were among a 1,000 plus crowd, all doing the same , . . THREE SECTIONS JUNE 23, 1960 20 PAGES NUMBER 1 TEXAS NEWSPAPER men gath- ered in Houston last week-end for the annual TPA convention, which Roundabout and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 23, I960 Faculty members for thf Pincywrxxls Muflk ''amp were, front row, from left: lU-rt Coble, Mr Maud'tlle Meredith, I'iil Schahan, second row, fíi 11 Shadlf, iioy Í)e 1/oach; third row, Floyd McCoy, 'I M. Ward and Don- rue Adams. District Two Music Camp Is Concluded At Woodlake ALTO—The cncampmrnt of ins trict Two came to a close at the Pineywoodi Baptist assembly {¡rounds a t Woodlakf, Texas, Thursday at 2 p.m. A four day en campment ernphasizinc music was held Two dashes werr> offered each day in the following subjects sifjht readme, directing. hymn playing, instrumental ensemble in church music, voice and choir Faculty members were Bert Coble. District Two music director and minister of music of First Bap- tist Church of Center Mrs Man delle Meredith, faculty member of Wayland College at I'lainview. Hill Schahn, minister of music, First fiaptist Church of I.ufkin Bill Sh; die, minister of music, Calvary Baptist Church of Tyler, Hoy l>c Loac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

c c H u i< H ¡9 H \<t ii I* IÍ li Group To Attend State FFA Meeting $250,000 Dazzle Extra Caution Is Called For During Fourth A partial report of Governor Kiwanians Told Budget AUSTIN" Future Farmers by convention committee. A tour has the thousands meet in Houston, been arranged for Thursday after- July 20-2Ü, for the biggest state noon. July 21. frFA convention ol them all, ac- Many Houston businessmen are cordin; to N't ill Mastcrson of assisting in arranging the conven- Houston, chairman of the 33rd tion FFA convention committee Nearlj The central convention commit- one thousand Chapters in the state u.0, headed by Masterson, includes are expected to send represent- |jubba Becker and Stuart Lang. Price Daniel's traffic report and atlv,>"s nuniberinS five thousand to Herb Turner and Howell B. Jones the "Slow Down and Live Cam the huUt' state meetlnS The total „f Houston are members of the paign" was submitted by Homer raembcr;>h'P ln Texas totals about state FFA Advis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

!W? THE CHEROKEEAN HANDWRITING PACE FOUR JUNE 23. 1960 (Continued from Pag* 0 Rites Held On Wednesdoy For Frank Payne writ inj amen Nine New Suits Are Filed With District Clerk Nine new suits were filed in the past week with th*. District Clerk They were styled as follows Homer Lee Boiling, Jr. vs Hub- b¡e (Kervin) Boiling divorce; Pat- ricia Ann I^atham vs Lloyd D Latham, divorce; Jewell Haskin.i * ■; Marja Brassiere Company, et a! breach of contrail, Herman A Musick vs Texas Employers In sura nee Association, compensat ion; Fred A George •> Grace V, George, divorce Also, E T Smith vs. Charles I, Tt-bo, collection of account; City of Jacksonville vs Mrs Alice Chan- cellor, collection of delinquent taxes. City of Jacksonville vs Crank Miller collection of del- inquent taxi - Earlene ffolli-i v Hob Holln divorce i Tuesday He was a t Baptist a charter Funeral services were held at 4 Wednesday for Willie Frank Payne. 71, of Route 3, Husk, who died Tuesday afternoon at Husk Memorial ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

Texas 1 te 1 SHATTUCK'S Drive - In Grocery Open Sunday and Every Night Until 9:00 P.M. Bananas lb. 10c Hickory Smoked Barbecued FRYERS ... 99c RED POTATOES 10 49c CHICKEN LIVERS Lb. 49* YUKON Flour 25 b S169 CHICKEN GIZZARDS Lb. 39# CHICKEN NECKS m LONE STAR Lb. MEAL Bag 25^ BULK WEINERS 29* IMPERIAL SugarlO s 99c Lb. BAKE BISCUIT 3 Cans 25* WHAT .... Rusk Folks . ARE DOING Mrs J N Hooper and Mrs. Douglas Hughes attended the fun- eral services for their cousin. Ralph Jr Chancey, Jr in Lufkin Saturday. Mr and Mrs Roy Hooper and daughters of Gainesville w e r e week end visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs. J Hooper Mrs Wade Ixnell and Mrs. Guss! Montamat of Matairie, La. were visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs J. N. Hooper and Mr. and Mrs Douglas Hughes Tuesday. ¡ Johnny Marshall of Houston, his mother. Mrs, Charlie Marshall, and Mr and Mrs. Lewis Banks spent I the weekend at Fort Worth the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodney Marshall and children. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Dickson and ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

/ THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 6 JUNE 23, 1960 Governments May Protect It Maydelle News BY MRS MINNIE CONNER Source Of Freedom Is God Reac^ ^ass,^,e^s By Dr George Benson Mr. J. D. Watson is home from the Newburn Clinic Mesdames Hazel Ezell and Flaura Sherman were business visitors in Jacksonville Wednev day. Mrs. Ediia Bingham of Rusk was a Sunday guest of the Nolan Craw- fords. Mrs. Retilla Ball was a business visitor to Rusk Saturday Mr. and Mrs W. H. Woodall oí Arp accompanied by Mr and Mrs Claud Moore attended church serv ices at Grapeland Missionary Bap- tist Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs Walter White of Myrtle Springs are visiting her brother, Mr Haydcn Lupt-r and family. Mr. and Mrs Lee McCreight of Hollemon's Chapel have bought, and are moving into, the Miss Dixie Ford home Mr and Mrs Thurrnari Scogin and daughter. Dflbra visited their parents over the week end, the An drew Scoggins and Nolan ''raw- fords Mr and Mrs Sherwood Smith of Dallas spent the week end with her parents, Mr and Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 23, 1960 PAGE SEVEN I 1 I '1 i f f j /. / .#1 WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cantrell of Dallas spent Monday with their aunt, Mrs. Frank Coupland, Mrs. Cantrell's mether, Mrs. Evelyn Dilworth accompanied them home after having been called here at the death of Mr. Coupland. Mr. Merle Weaver of Houston spent the weekend in the D. C. McLaughlin home; his wife and two daughters accompanied him home after spending last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Laughlin. Mrs. Bryan Stovall and nieces, Mary Kate and Nancy Guinn were Tyler visitors Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Grady Gunter and children of Texas City, Mr. and Mrs Hob Stamey and children of Pasadena are visiting their father Mr Jewel Gunter in the Atoy com- Barbara Glover Elected Head Of Wells 4-H Club The Wells Community 4 11 Club met Thursday night. June 16, 1960 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silvin Hathorn Nineteen 4 II Club Mem- bers were present for the meeting, .ilong v. ith six adult leaders. Barba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THF. CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNI 33, Wed In Austin Ceremony Saturday Miss Charlotte Ann Francis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs George P. Francis, 3111 Bowman, Austin, became the bride of Dr Richard J, Hunter of Austin and Paragould, Ark., Saturday evening. I>r Marvin Vance read the double ring rites in (he First Methodist Church The bride was a debutante of 1 ?).*>€, presented by the Bachelors Club of Austin She has also been a member of the Austin Girls' Co- Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 34344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3 4747 Home on highway about 2 . acres Living room, combination dminc room kitchen three bedrooms, bath, attached garage utility room with deep freeze arid washer connections Bam Water piped from well to house and barn, 300 gal butane tank This place is located short distance outside ctiy lirnit Inquire for price Let us show you one f the most complete l>ri« k veneer homes you will find Air conditioned for the summer Centr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

i ) The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS* SPORTS Alto People Say Goodbye To Rossman, Welcome Evans More than a hundred persons from Alto and area gave standing applause to Dr. R. E. Rossman in a farewell falute last Saturday ni.uht. The town expressed its regrets at Iir. ROssman's departure, but at the same time it extended the hand of welcome to Dr. H. Loraine Evans of Longview, who will re- líate Dr. Rossman. About 150 people attended the event, held in Alto High School gymna'ium. A sihort period of fellowship, during which refresh merits were served, preceded the program. The two doctors and their fam- ilies were introduced by the Rev. Bill Morgan, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Alto, who serv- ed as master of ceremonies. Then brief talks were made by Alto Mayor Frank Ed Weimar and by Richard Johnson, a close friend of the Rossmans. The Rev. Sam Banks Named Secretary Of Schoolmen Robert I,. Banks, County School Sup...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 23, 1M0 Change In Alto Pony Circuit A major change in the organiza tion of the Pony League baseball League sponsored by the Alto Lions Club has been announced Atoy had entered both Uttle and Pony League teams in the circuit but was forced to withdraw its pony league entry after the season had begun, wmply because there were not enough eligible boys in the area to comprise a team at full strength Gallatin had wanted to enter the circuit oarlier. but was unable to because of the limited material available in the community Upon the withdrawal of Atoy from the circuit, (iallatin managed to recruit enough eligible players to replace Atoy So. for the remaining portion of j the season, the Gallatin Pony, league '''Jin will play on the op posite of twin bills with the Atoy Little leaguers, filling the sched ule that had been -,et for the Atoy Pony Leaguers. — o THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND UP BY JIM CARROLL Did you e\er take boxing lessons ' During. I believe, my ju...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

The Cherokeean TEXAS PR¥SS_eI association Can They Rebuild? Mad Mobs Only Destroy Fifty-Eight From County Attend SFA THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 23, 1960 PAGE i jjjBIllttl 7960 L. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN MKS. E. H. WHITEHEAD Editor and Publisher News Editor Office and Business Manager NACOCiDOCIIES, Tex Kifty in eight students from (Cherokee County are among the 1,352 stu- °' dents enrolled Many To Become Eligible I-or New Veteran Benefits cuuerea aa atcouu caasc uiaiiei <u Ule postJttice «1 Husk. I'exas under Act of March 3. 1879 The road north out of Panmun- and tear down governments, but stampeding through a nation's cap join was littered with clothing 011 can they do anything constructive, 'ta' behind a small clique of lead- September t>. 1953 Truckloads of like building good, free govern- ^ aro ,H'lU on destroying something, whatever tho cost shrieking, near naked young men Uvvs antl dignity. countv are anion- the 1152 stu Austin. Texas-Several thousand children in Texas who cou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

I GIVE YOU TEXAS McKinley For Silver Before Bryan By Boye* Hmm William Jennings Br>an, in hiv presidential race oí 1896, was den ouoced for his advocacy of "free silver" but. oddly enough, his pos ition was little different from that which his successful opponent, William McKinley, had held not long before. McKinley'* reversal is amusing Sea Food Dishes—Southern Style Sea food dishes are a specialty c.l Southern cui.ne Salad':, chowders, gumbos, appeti/< r .lews, pies «rid scallops -ire ail ways in which Southern homemakers if-atur<- fish (':< erolei re popular, and usually caii for ea UsA combined with a we i I To make ways creamy K I Photo fry Carnation Co"ijx; ■auce. cup builar seasoned sauce which smooth iri texture, homemak <rs know the value of Carna- tion evaporated rin k as an in- gredient. its better blending qualities 'reate the velvety textui'1 Kxtr ,i milk nutrients are added be- .1 evaporated m:lk ts a con'entrat *d form of milk. Try these recipe". develo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

es Jacksonville & Area Churches (Missionary) hurch larles Jame day School ning Wo.-ship 1st Training Ser. ing Worship Night Service 'day Night Sat. night «f HURCH )ULE Church 1 n, Pastor 1 :45 a.m. p—10:55 *m. -6:30 p.m. ■7:30 p.m. d 3rd Monday Mondays) 7 00 cher—7:00 p m. 7:00 p.m. :30 p.m. st Church pastor :45 a.m. 11:00 a m. •6:30 p.m. . F.—6:30 p.m. —7:30 p.m. God Church Pastor —9:45 a.m. ?rvice — 6 00 —7:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. ptist Church >. George :00 a m. ,m. -8.00 p.m. "The Lord shall be to thee an euerlasting light" 132 fa The flash bulb is bright, but gone in an instant... the photo flood light may serve brightly for 6 hours, and the house light may work for weeks or months. Light bulbs of all kinds ... have their limitations on wattage and hours to serve ... But the Lord's light is forever. Attend Church Sunday and let God ... "bring forth thy righteousness as the light ' Th« Church is God's appointed agency for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE Í CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale $795. 1951 BUICK 1 Door S*d«n Whitewtll tire , radio, heat- er. Mu«t 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 tire , 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 0297 MRS. CHRISTINE MANESS To See "V. ho Wat That Lady" SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT ALL OF OUR CA...

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