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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

SALE SALE THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 23, 1960 PAGE 7 AIR CONDITIONED USED CARS We Now Have an Excellent Selection of Air Conditioned Used Cars . . . ENJOY YOUR VACATION! . . . and the Rest of the Summer in Low Priced Cool, Cool Comfort Now a New 1960 Impala Sport Coupe THESE CARS ALL GUARANTEED! 1956 OLDS "98" 4-Door Nice Air Conditioned Power Steering, Power Brakes *1195 1956 OLDS "Super 88" Air Conditioned Power Steering, Power Brakes $ 1195 ONLY $ 2295 1958 FORD Ranch Wagontf Air Conditioned # Radio, Heater 1395 1955 Chevrolet Beiair l-Door, Air Conditioned Radio. Heater $ 995 1956 Chevrolet Beiair Air Conditioned Power Steering $ 1095 1957 Chevrolet Beiair l-Door Air Conditioned $ 1395 ALSO GOOD BUYS 1954 CHEVROLET 1955 CHEVROLET 1955 FORD 2-Door, Radio, Heater, White Tires 210 2-Door, V 3, Radio, Heater V-8, 4-Door, Radio. Heater $495. $695. $695. CHEROKEE MOTORS From NOW until JULY 1st we ore offering Chevrolet's Impala Sport Coupe at this unbelievably low price - Don't miss this rar...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNE 23. I960 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Stink Bugs Are Difficult To Eradicate DR P. A YOUNG Naught} Saturn n here ajjain. Tins is the name of the green stink bugs (hat make the ugl> whitish blotch - in the peel of r.reemwrap tomatoes The->e blotches ;irr often \ to 1 inch wide remain whit ish evil after the fruit- ripen The;. rna> jm- the fruí' • apd un pleasant flavor The whit" btotebes result when several of the little black and white mottled .stink hue* suck the juice out of th< tomato peel The Ú1 ti bug* stand close to each other while sucking the juiee The adult green stink bo." < are Hi' h Ion.: .I' d nearly a w 1,1. the hatch b)ac*k they wing Therf them on tot crops The nineties >( on '•rop plants These egg-, soon h and ¡he little bugs have < and whit* markings until re lar e *•;. /iií'.ó t1 dc.'-lop pads when 'he. turn green are - vera) (¡enera lion-; of [>.-r year They lay their eg".- , •. „ . ■■ , .."I ■ a. i i Hi .i tr. in...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

m Call News To 4227 in Jacksonville MU-3-2257 in Rusk All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT When the lights were burning at the Tomato Bowl last week, former Indian coach O. A. "BUM" PHILLIPS now at Amarillo was visiting with Coach DICK SHEF- FIELD . . . JEANNE JOHNSON at; Sadlers finally got a Silver Dollar from the Dairy Dollar Man, but it was after three misses . . . the ED- WIN McCARROLL family will! probably be cruising the lake this week-end on their new inboard motor barge that is nearing com- pletion. Congratulations to F. D. NEWT- ¡ ON on his promotion to chairman i of the board of the First National | Bank . . IL E. MOFFEITT, now in 1 the antique business at his econ- j omy store on S. Bolton is making i claims that he has on display the breast yoke that Robert E. Lee used on his surrey . . CHAIRMAN' M. G. MOORE reports that the Cherokee County Aviation Board will hold an organizational meet- ing at 7 P. M Thursday at the Rusk H...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 23, 1960 Presbyterians Study Bible The circles of the Women's As- sociation of F;r- Presbyterian Church met Tuesday for Hible Study of the Hook of the Psalms "^Tarmac* The Truth About Prescription Cost Did that las? prescription teem high priced? It may have been something new . . . not yet mast produced! Penicillin was very costly, when new, but now it'i inexpensive! You can't flues* orescription costs, but you caí depend on us for fair prices at PHONE m\ May Drug Inc. Larltta at Patudile Jacksonville iNXGRiir • smvici • sanrr usini; chapter 37 which might ble called th« Anti Grumbler'-. iSalm and chapter 73 sometimes called the Wicked Rich I'salm Circln I met in the. home of Mrs. Jack AlcCarroll and Mrs Douglas Gra.jard ¡-ave the Bible |e->son to ten rwmtnTv with Mrs Hoy For re it chairman, presiding ( ir' If II met in the fiome of Mrs I, I. Travis Mr Klizabeth Jones gave the liible lesson while Mrs Everett <irni'ard chairman, presi- ded over the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

<«p-.~~.iy ' m>&45 v ■i'Wñ mm «si 1'!#^ ' *<« ■$ ■' V'-- mm hp : '"itv. ■m 1609 |ghter, Join- bet for ns Inounc- |nd in- |t week jbs. I A. W. John fernum. Bits of Iting a Iristian Final Rites For J. C. Lewis Held Saturday Funeral services for .1 C. Lewis ville in September of 1917 He at- the North American Theological were held at 2:30 P. M. Saturday (ended school here and entered Seminary. the First Baptist Church, ucwis the awning business with his • lied after an extended illness in father He was active i„ the Lions „ local hospital about midnight Club and the Masonic lodge, was Thursday. a member of the volunteer fir,. Lewis was a well known Jack- department, was a deacon in the unville business, civic and church First Baptist Church, and a meni- kader. He was born in Jackson- ber of the Board of Trustees of FINAL3 DAYS BUSINESS c Air ADJUSTMENT 5ALt -Sale Ends Saturday- Extra Bonus Specials BUY A Suit At Sale Price GET AN EXTRA PAIR OF SLACKS FREE Suits Free Slacks...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAG* 4 CENTRAL BAPTIST CIRCLES HimI Watsofl Cirel* The Hazel WaUon Circle met, W. E. Bailey Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service TELEPHONE 9331 309 E. Larissa St. FIRE, CASUALTY AND BONOS AUTO INSURANCE • SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO • POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD JUNE 23, 1940 Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs Morris Burt, 1046 Edgewood. with six members and two guests, Mrs H. H. Parker and Mrs Evans, present The lesson was taught by Mrs Parker from the mission study book "Educating Youth In Mis- sions " Mrs. Wilson Folder) gave the opening prayer The calendar of prayer was read by Mrs Daw- Sanders The next circle meeting will be in the home of the chairman, Mrs A A Hall, 1117 l>eaton Hospital Calling it your report each week day from KTLU-1580 10:00 A.M. YOUR G. E. DEALER SALES and SERVICE APPLIANCE "We Service What We Self' All Type Of ELECTRIC WIRING and WIRING SUPPLIES REFRIGERATION SERVICE TV and RADIO SERVICE GRAY ELECTRIC Jacksonville 309 E. Commerce Phone 8114 •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

*w¿: pp Ir'v; t fe® c«5 & saJ?j «o H rv' Mi •• f >'•*• V if% I Í 'Round . . Town 9Í¿tí. Roundaíout THE 'GLORIOUS 4TH' is upon us . . . regretable that it has lost j its patriotic flavor to safety cam- paigns. But that's the way it is, and it's double jeopardy otherwise: A fellow could get his finger blown off with a firecracker while keep- ing an eye on the traffic so he wouldn't get run over ... Be care- ful over the weekend. 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 VOLUME 113 THREE SECTIONS JUNE 30, 1960 20 PAGES NUMBER 2 For "4th" Weekend HAVE TO PASS on the story of the Buffs, the girls Softball team managed by Clarence Mayes and Frank Merriwether. The girls are wearing out the bases . . . They've made 167 trips a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

THE C H E R O K E E A N I * ! AGE TWO JUNE 30, 1960 Mrs. Hcncock Reports Trip Mrs Marjofu' Hancock has re- turned from a most interesting sightseeing tnp which carried her through the Panhandle, Raton Pass in New Mexico, and on to Colorado. Wyoming. Montana Idaho, Utah and Canada She was accompanied by h*>r sister Miss Magdalene Weaver of Houston arid her mother, Mr* E Weaver of Bsrnesville, Georgia The first stop was the Royal Gorge with the world's highest suspension bridge, and from there to Yellowstone National I'ark in Wyoming where Old Faithful and many other geysers were most fascinating Some of this boiling hot water was 212 degree Along the park roadways were begging, black and brown bears with small cubs, already trained to sit on their hind It*:: ,r;d In*.: from the tourists In Montana the trio visited Lewis and Clark's water wa bed casern-. Te'o'i National f"¡rk A'ith beautiful snow covered mountains with hu.'e. crystal clear lakes, serv in.' mirrors ■ rnori."- rjie 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

H U l< 7 \i !ü if if if I I i :¡j I THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 30, 1960 PACE 3 MissMeador Marries Mr. Wade Friday Miss Linda Lee Meador became the bride of James Marlin Wade Friday evening, June i!4ih at eight o'clock in the evening in Kirst Methodist Church of Denver City, Texas. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs F M Meador of Denver City, and the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. T E. Acker of May delle. Parents of the groom are Mr and Mrs. J S Wade, also of Denver City. Rev. F C. Bradley, Jr. officiated at the double ring ceremony before a beautifully decorated altar Cen- tered with an arrangement of glad > ioli in pink tones, the altar Fashioned of silk organza and bombazine, it was designed with a ortrait neckline and brief sleeves, cum pi unen ted by gloses The fitted bodice was highlighted by a volum chancel rail which *nous organza skirt, accented by a deep, scalloped hemline of bomb azine holding clusters of lilies of the valley and swept to a chapel train. A double crown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 30. 1960 Government 'of Law' Is Explained MOORE REGISTERS REGISTER FORMS AND ACCESSORIES • MIUM • irTmir , -QUICK SER VICE - RUBBER STAMPS STAMP PADS - INKS NOTARY SEALS STENCH S THE CHEROKEEAN What do we mean when we say that in the United States we have a government of law" and not a government of men"? Basically we mean that we have certain tri dividual rights, guaranteed by our federal and state constitutions and laws, which may not he denied by any governing body The early American colonists had their fill of government by men, and the Declaration of In dependence, signed 184 years ago, set out their complaints agairi.st that type of government arid re vealed their fx-hef in a principle which we now accept a.s basic to our American way of life The indictments set out in th< d'M'ument against King George IN of ('■n-iit Britain charged hirn with numerous violations of that prin ciple Among the complaint, en- umerated are the following; llf has dissol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

i IN JUNIOR LEAGUE Percentages Compiled, Braves In No.l Position THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP "Room Service" a la Jasper THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 30, 1960 PAGE 5 WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING -k Junior League standings at conclusion of games played Thursday have been released League Leader, Wayne Town- send The computed figures put the Braves out front in the follow ins schedule GB Hospital Calling is your report each week day from KTLU-1580 10:00 A. M. TEAMS Won Lost Braves 5 0 Red Sox 3 3 Yankee. o 2 Indians 2 2 Giants 2 4 Cardinals 1 4 Pet. 1 000 .500 2'; .500 24 .500 2'-. .333 3'- .200 4 In his report, Townsend stated that all names rained out would be made up at the end of the reg ular season, if their outcome would in any way affected the final standing of the four top teams This week's play will continue on its regular schedule as an- nounced at the beginning of the season. READY MIXED CONCRETE " : V;" fETHK-T < Count on us for the exact mix you need, delivered right to your surfaci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 30, 1960 Maydelle WHAT by MR« MINNIE CONNER News Mr and Mrs Graves Watson vi sited their children In Dallas from Saturday until Wednesday of this week .Mr and .Mrs Charlie Thompson of Rusk accompanied by Mrs. Ida Acker spent the weekend with their daughter and sister, Mrs Forest Meador and family at I Jen ver City They attended the wed ding of their niece and grand- daughter, Miss Linda Meador Mr and Mrs Casey Lu.sk arid children are visiting relatives in Houston this week-end Mr and Mr- Llewellyn Wat,on oí Jacksonville called on Mrs Ret ilia Ball Thursday evening Mrs. Edna Watson and daughter Katie M, y of I ngvi< w attended the Linnie Ball funeral .ervice here Saturday Mrs Ella Max Mullinix of Jack soriville visited relatives a n d friends here Saturday Johnny Fondren who i* em- ployed at Houston, spent the week end with his parents, (he Elbert Fondrens Mr and Mrs Emory Rector of Troup and Mrs Leta Dean of Jack sonville visited with Mr- Minnie Conner ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

m ~áí Rev. Coffman And Bride To Make Their Home Here WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Poublo riiiR vows were exchang- ed Friday evening by Miss Sarah Ni !; Anderson and Kev. Jerry Hay Coffman in Mount Pleasant Bap- tist Church, Rev George Crawford, pastor of Carthage Missionary Baptist Church in Carthage, Tex , conducted the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs .J E. Anderson, Route 1 and the groom is the son of Mr at'd Mrs. lx-e Coffman, 720 l.ayne Drive, all of Denison Tue we<",:;ng was performed be- fore an arch entwined with ivy and lighted orange blossoms sup- ported by batiks of carnations and gladiolus, calla lilies and palms. Mrs Alton Lynch, pianist, pre- sented traditional wedding music ; 'id accompanied Glenn Tropp as he sang, I Love You Truly," arid The Lord's Prayer.'' Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a dress of chan- t illy lace over white satin. The bodice was fashioned with a sweet- SPECIAL PRICES Specials For Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Ju...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

Weekend Specials MICH0LS0NC ■"food store <f GLADIOLA Cake Mix 3 79' PICNIC HAM 29 IMPERIAL SUGAR 10 98 LeGRANDE CORN 2 125' SUGARY SWEET Potatoes"25 25 FRESH FRYERS 39 MRS. TUCKER'S Shortening] I 59' THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNE , l«0 'jija;:14.? r i "i Women In Politics, B&PW Club Program Subject I'milri \ ail. famous portrait painter, shown here with his portraits of Shirlpy Jon *, and Maurice Chevalier, which are Í.«• ink placed in the State Fair Music Hall in Dallas, as part of the permanent olleetlon in the "Mate Fair Muiir Hall of Fame" on display (luring the State Fair Musicals 19th dimmer < ii )n which runs thru . > i>t. 1. Other Dmitri Vail portraits, all painted from life, to be seen hi tin- "Hall of fame" a re Anna Maria Albefgjhjetti, Jack Benny, Jeanette MacDonald, Li be race, I'eter Wolf, Hyman Chaimr uky, and Lehman Kntfel. Two more ntnrs are to he painted by Vail in litfifj fr.r ll.« rolli-rtion. "In any year women have always played a major role in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

m I H i s iw IS i The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS * SPORTS Gallatin Expects 500 Saturday For 2nd Homecoming some 500 people—former pupils íve. County Judge J. W. Chandler, of the Gallatin school and resi- who is chairman of the program dents of the community—are ex-\ committee for homecoming, pected to crowd the campus of J A short business meeting will their old school Saturday for the conclude the program, which will second homecoming observance. | be held outdoors on the campus Workers are looking for double \ of the Gallatin school. Dinner— the number of persons who showed after an old tradition—will be up for the first homecoming last spread at noon. Thereafter, home- year, a surprisingly successful ■ coming will be reminiscing, re- event, attended by about 250. ' newal of acquaintances. Planned Registration will begin at 9 Sat- activities will end at mid-aftcr- urday, as the comers home begin to gather at the scho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

i THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 30, 1940 'Operation Homecoming' Foreign Aid Folly Being Continued PRESS Let's Seek The Retiring E. R WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD Editor and Publisher News Editor Office and Business Manager East Texas is attrac tiring couples, who hs dependent income and to enjoy its beauty, its ness, its neighborlineas This year alone man live to re e an in who wan? peaceable feted Cherokee County to retire to, invest tome of their savings in. Sow of them have never lived here Cut others are among the thousands '«v ho left 20 years ago for wartime jobs and who now ''Ourage move—call it Oper- \rifi here is where local r^si de.nts can do themselves and 'h( • who wi-sn to retire here a big fav- or I! can use its agencies to en- From John Dowdy The last of the appropriation :. h;i- pa- sed the House and . ^ OA m the Senate It is for the known a fon-ien aid Thi- rograrn has been going on not obtained by bribery- A ir.an or nation that rots something for noth...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

Austin * STATE CAPITAL NEWS from government bonds. Senators also discussed the pos- sibility of saving through a unified i organization for administration and counseling on the four funds. GAS DIX'ISION AWAITED State of Texas and the natural gas Atty. (¡en. Will Wilson, arguing for the state, declared the law is not unfair to interstate commerce because it treats gas sold outside of Texas and uas sold within the state exactly the same. WARNING FUI! DIUVT.RS - THE JUNE 30, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN, Tex Amid the sear- ing, summer weather, Texans are putting new emphasis on getting a statewide water plan Though Texas is supposed to be mid-way in a seven-year wet cycle now, unexpected harsh drought settled on part.-) of South and South Central Texas in late spring and early summer As one scorch ing day followed another, crops were stunted and pasturage began to burn. Though conditions were better elsewhere, the difficulties of the Commission ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

Outdoors IN TEXAS By Vern Sanford found it he tosses out a floating Fishing Is fun in Freeport. Texas styrofoarn buoy. Wrapped around newspaper publishers will testify the buoy arid attached to it is a to that fact. .00-foot length of (ope, on the oth Fifty of the editors were guests f'r ''nd "{ wh,ch 14 a h, a^ of Party Boats. Inr following the ^IJ0y hlts th'' wat,'r 11 the Texas Press Association con-! to ®Pin at * tf-rnf,c ri,te' vention in Houston and had the time of their lives Everyone caught fish Bonita Kinpfish or Red Snapper Swne caught many of each kind Raymond Muchowich, host to the group, took the editor* out some dicating that the rope is unwinding as the leaden weight begins to sink On< e the rope is completely unwound, the buoy comes to a standstill and marks one side of I the area to be fished lie repeats the process as he cirries the area, to mark off the 60 or 80 miles into the Gulf of 01h«■ f extremity of the fishing hole Mexico They boarded four differ ent par...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches (Missionary) CHURCH Icharlea J a mea lunday School forning W<vship >tist Training Ser. |ening Worship i. Night Service Iturday Night 1st Sat night of IHURCH ÍDULE |ist Church |gan, Pastor -9:45 a.m. iip—10:55 a m. |—6:30 p.m. pip—7:80 p.m. Ind 3rd Mondays) Id Mondays) 7:00 l-acher—7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m. list Church a, pastor J-9:45 a.m. lip—11:00 a.m. 1—6:30 p.m. I Y. F.—6:30 pjox. Ip—7:30 pjn. if God Church r, Pastor Ip—9:45 a.m. 1 Service — 6:0# Putting the Pieces in PLACE >•? Ü --J&i MM ¡111 * 1 i'••••:> •-út Mi Émm V;':V- , <*<> ¿3 e—7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3aptist Church D. George |10:00 a.m. a.m. ?:00 p.m. k« Church Is Sod't oppolnttd oqncy In Hill world for ipftodinj th« knowUdp o) Hit lovi lot mon and ot Mh dtmond for mon t« rttpond to that lov* by lovlnf hit neighbor. Without tMt grounding in th lov* ol Cod, no govirnmont or twlttf or voy ol lili will long por- Mvirt ond th* Irtodorm whkh wo hold to dtor will Ino...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

i CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE <3 1 LlW CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1954 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9-Patsengt-r Station Wagon V 8, . radio, heater, automatic trans- mission. Blue finish. A terrific j buy at $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitehall tiret, radio, heat- r. Must move and will go 4t iust . . . $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 wh'te tires, radio and heater, real clean, $1045.00 1957 FORD V I 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue A white. Fordo- matie, radio, heater, white tlrei. 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 vvwW', L uMcatbuyslf5i < ...

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