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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

it to SALE SALE 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 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 1958 FORD Ranch Wagonm f Air Conditioned ^ 1 f U flat Radio, Heater | 1955 Chevrolet Belair l-Door, Air Conditioned Radio, Heater *995 1957 Chevrolet Belair l-Door Air Conditioned $1395 ALSO GOOD BUYS 1958 FORD 1955 CHEVROLET 1955 FORD 2-Door, Radio, Heater 210 2-Door, V 8, Radio, Heater V-8, 4-Door, Radio, Heater $1195. $695. $695. CHEROKEE MOTORS 10-20 K. COMMERCE JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Legal- NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS ¡THE STATE OF TEXAS) < Ul'NTY OF CHEROKEE) |5 To those indebted To. or Hold- j; ■ Claims Against the Estate el Abricl Good Holden, Deceased, >>o. 4203, In the County Court of Cherokee...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACK IIGMT JUNE 30. IWO THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS County Agricultural Agent as hich as 85 per rent bollwervil Stev« Lilly damage. George Deauman and Guy Mr. W. S Ray of the Griffin Goodman of Well* have started Community broucht in the scalps treating their cotton with heptaeh cf two wolves he killed on his lor Copies of the 19fi0 Guide for placc. Mr. Itay will collcct $30 in Controlling Cotton inserts No. I, bftur.ty money from the county 21ft is now available at our office for the two wolves. The Cherokee County Commiss- ioners Court recently authorized a $15 bounty per wolf killed in the county. The ear*, must tK brought to the Extension Office and ex- changed for a certificate, which when presented to the County Auditor is worth $15 per wolf On checking cotton ever the county we are finding from 10 to Ask for your copy Federal gasoline refund slips are now available at your County Extensión Service office Carl Wipprecht of Husk ha&...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

Call News To 4227 in Jacksonville MU-3-2257 in Rusk All In Your County Newspaper. • STREET Vernon Hartón Accepts JBC BEAT Coach Post The Jacksonville area is becom- ing a - REUNION CENTER" . . Three reunions are set for this week end The annual GALL- ATIN HOMECOMING will be held Saturday, July 2. BOB MURPHY will be the speaker and 500 are expected to attend The GREG- ORY REUNION will be held Sun- day, July 3 at Love's Lookout Park at Noon; more than 100 are ex- pected On Monday, July 4. at 12 00 Noon the SPARKS-BELL REUNION will be held at Love's Lookout. DAVID McLENDON, of Jackson- ville is attending L'Universite Laval in Quebec, Canada this summer . . . Dr C. E. PEEPLES is returning to one of his former churches, the Garrison Methodist Church, as guest speaker for their annual homecoming, Sunday . The DICK SHEFFIELDS are moving into their new home near Craft this week . . MR AND MRS. R. C HALBERT and MR. AND MRS. S H. HAL- BERT of Dallas, got a warm wel- come in Jacksonville. Mond...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

THECHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 30, 1960 Hot WorkshopWell Attended l.ast Week Mrs Vera Whítmjre. noted hat mi fit Twenty two women were designer of Ft. Worth, eondueted a enrolled in the courses two day workshop on hat making Mrs Whitmire has traveled all and decorating. lune 20 and 21 over the world studying hat design- at the ugh school cafeteria The 'ng and decorating She has given workshop was sponsored by the several serie, of television lessons Jacksonville Homemakin(f Depart on hat making and has laught ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! MR. HOME OWNER... BE PROTECTED! y r ?MHt, NOW ^ ' WITH FAMOUS 7^7 / *•00 OMTflOl WMITI Gli 4<trn ifti (¿ni GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTING PROTECTION ...NEW HOME BEAUTY ONLY $6.00 Per Gallon Don't let the ravage o/ weather ro« and deteriora ta your home—cau*e coatJy repain—depreciate your investment I Right now is the tirnr to get the new home lr>ok —new paint protection of famous filidden Endurance House Paint Its tough elastic surface .gives your...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

\eds jsmvm mtej. Summertime Delight! FROSTY PARFAIT PIE - • - *%., ' -T«. i M \ " ■ ■■-, i KITCHEN-SHOWER—honored Miss Karon Cone, bride - elect of Robert Joiner, Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. John Hensley, 199 Neches. Left to right are Mrs. Jimmie Cone, mother of the bride-elect, the h >noree, Mrs. Michael Cone, the hostess, and Mrs. Miriam Joiner, mother of the prospective groom. V Joe and Maxic Hester and other relatives. Mr and Mrs. Joe A. Moake and Susan of Nacogdoches visited Sun day with the C. A. Odom family. Mr. Jeff Burke went home with his sister, Mrs lU'tlie Thompson to San Antonio for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chandler and children of Freeport visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 11 B. Arnold. Barbara Lou Arnold is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Jane Edmist- on and family of Fort Worth. Mr. Forbes Dial of Alto was a visitor here Tuesday. Mrs James Campbell who has been visiting with her daughters in Houston returned home Sunday. Her sister, Mrs. Winnie D...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACK 4 HARTON .... (Continued from Pig* 1) Hartón attended and played at Henderson County Junior College and at East Texas Baptist College where be was graduated In 1950 He is married and has three child- ren. He hopes to move his family here on August 1 or as soon there- after as he can find a house to rent. JUNE 30, I960 Pvt. James Taylor Completes 4 Weeks Combat Training CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (FH TNC)—Marine Pvt. James F. Taylor, son of Mr an<i Mrs W A Taylor of 1529 Quevado St, Jack- sonville. Tex, completed four weeks of individual combat train- ing June 17 at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calxi. The cour.sc included the latest .nfantry tactics, first aid demolit- ions, field fortifications and adv- anced schooling on weapon* Trainees learn that all Marines are basically infantrymen, wheth (• r (hey s Tve .is cook typistf truck driver-. or with aviation units 0 READ THE WANT ADS CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE Texas Bank £r Trust Co. JACKSONVI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

'Hound . . Town ^HitA ¡Roundabout CONGRATULATIONS to county motorist*, who were extr* care- ful over the holidays. C0UNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and | Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. VOLUME 113 The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Microfilm Service ft W* p o Box G'J.ifl «* 10' per Copy j ULY 7, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER 3 REUNIONS, memorials, vaca- tions are the news nowadays. LESTER'S JESTS' The Goff guff this week was aimsd at the new County Auditor, Elma Musick, Jr. Lester says his friend will clamp on a new austerity program. He will issue a memorandum outlaw- ing mistakes to save on the eraser bill. Proof of the tightening up, said Lester, was Tuesday's dim-out of courthouse lights. J. M. BOONE, the elementary principal, is stirring again after a brief stay in the hospital. DR. C. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN • u PAGE TWO JULY 7, I960 {jUIMlS tlOVC WHAT Rusk Folks E DOING Judy Travis and Ann Williams of Dallas spent the holidays with parents. Mr and Mrs Ralph Travis and Mr and Mrs. E N Williams Mws Ruth Marie Mayes, student at Mary Hardin Baylor Waco, spent the 4th holidays with par ents. Mr and Mrs M J Mayes. Sarah iJraswcll left Wednesday for few days visit with Judy Travis and Ann Williams at Dallas Mrs AJ Brothers of Weatherforrl is visiting her brotlur in la w and sister Mr and Mrs Gerald Chap- man. and Sunday guests with the Chapman*. were Mr. and Mrs Hu- bert Joni's of Eastland Mrs George Francis and child ren, I>a^ d, Phyllis, Jim .<nd Tim of Austin arc visiting parentl/r and Mrs T IL Cobble; Mr and Mrs Kent Miller and &on of Bryan spent the holidays with Mrs Miller's mother. Mrs Verrtie Mae Banks Mr. and Mrs Wyatt Norman ;t/>d sons, Wyatt III and Kevin of Corpus Christi arrived Saturday for the weekend with their aunt, Mrs D. T Howard Mr and Mrs Norma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

r -i ■■'■;■■•- «¡ÍW ;VJ í **7 r*>« r'"- *..i •■•'• *• A. * , ,' -i. < „ •*i * 'i MR. AND MRS. I. K. FRAZER III Pledge Vows In Home Ceremony Fri. RELAX and ENJOY tyic<U £ittent<xlK**oU <H your FAVOtlTI THIATRI THURSDAY & FRIDAY JULY 7 & 8 mm-4 r \ EASTMANCOLOR • DYALSCOPE ;X>--MYLEH[ OEMONGEOT THURSDAY, JULY 7 HERE! THE FEATURE l«9«n<i ol >ogck!• lo t 0< rK« mo<*M«lr tiManl , GET A PARTY TOGETHER —5 AND ATTEND OUR GIANT jfij FUN SHOW FOR CHILDREN jf-- ROBERTSON COROAY MWONEUii'J YOU CAN ALSO STAY AND SEE OUR REGULAR FEATURE CHILDREN 35c — ADULTS 50c SATURDAY — ONE DAY ONLY — JULY 9 FEATURE NO. 1: — FEATURE NO. 2: Al J WH HILDEEARDE NEFF Subway n the Sky dohnWnyn* Sophia Lor«n Legend of the Lost noimi com I COLOR CARTOON — "COCKADOODLE DOG" SATURDAY PREVUE 11:15 P.M. — SUN. AND MON. JULY 9, 10 & 11 JOSHUA* 10GANS fiws*y that Col lege girl who can't, , help íoVín Tall boys!... anthony Perkins Jane-fonda —NEWS AND CARTOON- TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 JULY 7, I960 Bill Braswell Announces County Clerk Candidacy Bill Braswell has authorized Braswell h 46 years of a«e, mar this paper to announce his candi- dacy for the unexpired term of County Clerk of ( herokee Court ty. Texas as an independent candi date in the November 8th general election ricd, and the father of four child ren He was graduated from hitjh school in 1932; attended I«amar Junior College and the University of Texas After leaving college he accept ed a position as manager of a grocery business where he had r>een employed while attending high school and college In 1939 Bras-well resigned this position to accept employment with a ma lor oil company where he worked until 1M1 at which time he went into business for himself, and was self employed until I 'if/A Imririg this period of Felf employment Braswell also served a an instructor in one of our eleran V'h ation«j| BILL BRASWELL CARD OF THANKS We '.ii-h to !h..i.¡- our many . fr.WiC- f ,r t • ,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

Maydelle News hhk mmmtmmát::. *ÍÍiüá J. S? Já Former teachers of the Gallatin school were recognized in last ¡saturnay's home- coming. Pictured here are, front row, .Mrs. Frank Sylvester of Lubbock, Mrs. \Y. Thom- pson of Gallatin, Mrs. K. L. Penland of Jacksonville, Mrs. Jack Lang of Jacksonville and Mrs. A. N. Barber of Jacksonville. Back row: Mrs. Fred Thompson of Gallatin, Bo Ouslcv ■ >f Frankstí/1. A. 1.. lian is of Orantre, Mr.-. II■.• « i !e Jones of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jessie Odom oí' .iacksonviile. • ("V <*" '*■< * , %. ''f5 •. '"£< -■ %£4¡K* ^flp W-iW* ■ while hundred.* piavoi hy VINNIE CONNER Mr unci Mrs. Kenneth Roach and children of Houston are spending the holidays here at their lake home and with relatives. Also her sister. Mr and Mrs. Thurman Scoggins and daughter. Mrs M.vrt e Mellen of Houston and daughter, Mrs Adell Hen- dricks of Palestine spent Sunday1 morning with her brother, B. D.; Watson and cousin, Mrs Minnie Conner Mr and Mrs F M Meador of Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 7, 1960 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr and Mrs 1 M Moa dor of their new horn" in Hot Sprin Denver City Texas spent the holi Arkansas While in Husk they were da> a i ►. it, i \isiling h#T par th hous«-.'u<*sts of Mr and Mr J eritv Mr >r.d Mrs T K Arker of Maydelb Miss Linda Watson spent the holiday week -nd confined at Hu.sk Memorial Hospital Her condition improved, she was expecting to be released the first of the week Mr arid Mrs Frank Main, form >t citutens of this city, spent last Thursday visiting friends here They left early Friday morning for Williams. Mr and Mrs Tommy Clyde An drew, of Houston visited Mr Uiwrerice Smith Sunday Hr>an («uinn and Mi. Charline Atilt of Dallas spent the weekend with parents, Mr and Mrs Joe (itnnn and Mr and Mr. flay Ault Mrs Bryan Stovall returned Thursday from visitiru; relatives at Breckinridge, lug Springs, Ira, Mr arid Mr- Kalpl Mr and Mr W II Sunday at Dallas * children, Mr and Mr ri,i a id daughter* i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

State Hospital Patients Have Fourth Party More man 500 Rusk State Hosp- ital patients observed the Fourth (if July Monday in a mass party in the Hospital's park area. They feasted on watermelon and fried chicken furnished by the Hospital's kitchen and participated m recreation provided by the Voc- ational Rehabilitation department. The annual party was the con- clusion of mass activities for the summer. The next general activity will be the Halloween party. The patients took sack lunches i the park where watermelons were cut for them. A carnival like atmosphere was pro\ ided by Mrs. K>sie Madden s rehabilitation de- partment. A-ssisting were volunteers from Tyler, Henderson, Longview and Jacksonville and a nurse techni- cian class now taking a course in vocational rehabilitation. Activities for the maximum sec- urity unit patients were held on Saturday. 0 Out of Town People Attend John Francis Rites Out ot town relatives and friends attending the funeral of John Francis June 16th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE ItCMT JULY 7, 1H0 A New Image of Thrift Legal- i:- m¿ ~ 1 • m § Mrs Vivian Ackermari had loo'""d into her mirror hun- dreds of times since *he was a little girl, but this was the first time she had seen the image of "A/rs United States Savings Bonds of 1961 " The Tucson, An/ona, housewife won the coveted title over 52 competitors in the 'Mrs America" finals of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., last vveek As the Treasury's leading //omen's volunteer during the next 1? months, she will spend part of her time touring the couritr/ in the promotion of Savings Bonds and Savings Stamps. The attractive brunette is the mother of three children Her husband, Harry, is County Attorne/ for Pima County, Ari- zona Mrs. Ackermari succeeds A/rs Jean lemons of Wichita, Kansas, "Mrs U. S Savings Bonds of I960." Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 3 4344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3 4747 If ><ju ore intereMttl in a new homo you're missing an op porluni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

. / The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS * SPORTS Retiring Auditor Is Moved Hearty Laughter Of J. Finan Smith h Is Decreed To Remain In Courthouse District Judge J. W. Summers reads the decree record- ed in the Courthouse to immortalize the services and t-he con- tagious laughter of J. Finan Smith, retiring County Auditor. Visibly touched, Mr. and Mrs. Smith listened intently. New Stock Law Livestock On U. The Texas Department of Public Safety reminded Texas cattle own- ers today that a new law went into effect July 1 aimed at con- trolling livestock on designated I S and state highways. The new law makes it illegal for a person knowingly to permit his domestic livestock to roam at large and unattended on state and fed- eral highways, It applies regard- less ot whether or not the high- way right of way is fenced. Maxi- mum line for such violation is $200, and each day the violation occurs may be considered a sep- arate offense...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

The Cherokeean rexAsgpfrfSS? mo cutio TfteniLgSl wmmmnr i960 ouinn brown E. H. WHITEHEAD mrs. E. H. whitehead n.iiTKi m tectum limm ttiMitit «t tbc L>ont:jfflce at kum. Ir.xa* tinder Act of Marck 3. 187® News Kditor Editor and I'ubtLsher Office and Buairies* Manager Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which mat appear in the columns of this newspaper will foe gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention oí the publisher. SUBSCRIPT Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County ON RATES «1 73 $:ííxj $2 23 M 00 Allegiance Not Silly inasmuch as we are a free people, we could rejoice a' the anniversary of the birth <<f our nation. We could a I o jfrieve. We could grieve because if. is necessary for -lincere pa- triots like Bob Murphy to warn that patriotism is not a silly virtue. We could rejoice that we have stout men like Mr. Murphy, whoa*1 convictions art r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

INTERESTING FACTS You'll never be popular jí you spend all your time taking advant- age of your rif?ht of free speech The man who weighs his words retains his balance. If it's true that a fool and his money ;re soon parted—then tell u^ h w they ;'ot together in the first place? , WOW < THAT'S A REAL POWER HOUSE? 3 Outdoors In Texas That FIR£-CHIEF emergency power does It! Gives your car, truck and tractor lively power and pep every time you call for it. And you'll save, too — because FIRE-CHIEF sells at regular gasoline prices! For TEXACO FIRE-CHIEF gasoline... Calí us tocfayf Any Texaco Station Let Us "POWER Your Farm with TEXACO PRODOCTS By Vern San ford Sandies those scrappy little fish that are so prolific in Lake Tex :11a. are creating a sensation a 1 <>i: 4 th« Texas-Oklahoma border. N ;!i' fishing tor Sandies is jrreat sport, as testified to by the hundreds of afterdark fishermen who line the Roosevelt Bridge by Lake Tevonta Lodge on U. S High way 70 between Durant a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS t rim merit from the ( o¡nial CR U KM: I! \RREL COM Ml NTS ON TI1K CI ,'KKKVI COMMt'.MVI l.llbb by Van . Scff ). ,pt.i Auivtint County Ag«nt Morris A. Bailey, Jr. From time to itirne 4 H Club boys and girls get a chance to give a demonstration to an audience of adulu. This is a wonderful opport unit> because it helps the 4 H'ers to become more self confident and belter able to perform before large groups of people, Recently four Cherokee County 4-H'ers had .such an opportunity The New Hope Organized Com- munity invited them to present a program for their club Terry Yvonne Perkins and Joyce Traylor gave a demonstration on ' How to Prepare a Tuna Kish Salad arid Billy Davis and Paul Traylor ¡'ave a demonstration on Mow to Take a Soil Test' Both teams did an excellent job By the way, Hill and Paul had previoti y won f i r -1 place with their demonstration in the Distri ' Co>." ■' at *...• <• doe i. es and Terry Y ne ar...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches * Jip Ser. P ice >t of NO LONGER H Once this home housed family, was full of laughter, protected its members from the elements. Now it is an old abandoned home ... decaying, and falling apart. No longer of any use to anyone. A person away from God is like this old abandoned home, gradually decaying in spirit and serving no purpose in God's will. Return to a regular church wor- ship with the Lord. Receive God's great love, and live a joyous full life. V I \ m. 11. idsys) 7:00 o.m. .m. I p.m. a. reh D. 6:00 m. teas glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord." mm® §■ Mi« ,VT i .¿i-x?- Hi - . "¿V- ureh B n. ha Church 1$ God's oppoinled agency in this world lor spreading the knowledge of His lovi for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding In the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitab...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE &s* un am CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALLMU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE ' y-- ) : .*¿Q(:ir i /o :J''■ 'illmíIilUiitt'iiui iiTFinTfinTmrrrffrrmpffi liiiLuluU w "9' y 'r-rf-rr>yy r/ ^Mmmrna I jF1 M til* >> ¡i...'-**'1 RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" WILL NOT 8E UHD^SeLD 3c Houses For Rent FOB RE'.T Hons '- Contact George Monro.- (11 v Mt 3 4544 night Ml; 3 231.: tfc 3 F'dt REN I 7 room house. Seo Al- ton Todd. I unite 2, Alto. 2-t.p OvcrstockedOn Brand New Fords h Falcons SACRIFICING 26 NEW UNITS THIS MONTH WE NEED USED CARS & TRUCKS NOW SAVE $1000.00 ON A 1960THUNDERBIRD DEMONSTRATOR Black Pain), 360 H P Engine, Powc Rrakei, Power Steering, Rad-o, Heater, Air Conditioned Plus many other EXTRAS LISTS FOR S5,1 59 NEW CAR GUARANTt C $4,159 NOW ONL Y DRIVEN ONI.Y 5000 MILES TRADE WITH A DEALER Who Will Settle for a Small Profit RUSK MOTOR SALES OPEN 7 30 A M 6:00 P.M. SIX DAYS PER WEEK L...

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