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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

I I H PHY a CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE \M Hr JBkiil m CALL 4227 In Jacksonville AUTOMOTIVE r. k at sacrifice prices Our lot's way overloaded. We've got to move these car beauties fast. See how low we tagged them These prices call for action NOW. Hurry1 You May Never Again Have An Opportunity At These LOW PRICES Trade cars with a deal- er v/íio wih seme for a bMALL PROFIT Rusk Mtr. Sales Will Not Be UNDERSOLD Before You Trade . . . See Leeman Isaacs At Rusk Mtr. Sales YOUR FORD DEALER Hiway 69 at "Y" — Rusk, Texas 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 CARS need a homei would YOU provide one? McEImurry Motors MERCURY comet U S ROYAL tires 801 E Ru-k Phone 4291 lb. Cars Wanted Top prices paid for Used Cars. See us first. J. C. Williams. Rusk. USED CARS Big Selection of Fin* Used Cart at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk Save With Classifieds MM! what c...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JULY 28, 1960 DR. JONES LOOKING AHEAD GOP Convention Leader Authority on Communist By Dr. G*org« B*n on PRESIDENT— NATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM Dr Walter H Judd. of V!¡n- neapolis, is recognized as one <•( the top authorities in Conen ss ■ ■n the Communist world oonspir acy. ilf has been a distinguished memtH'r of Congres* for 18 >c,ir Prior to his ConpresMonal scrvw, he was for 10 years a medical mi-- ¡onarr to China and Japan His was one of the first influential voices raised in Amere i to warn "ur people of the nature awl rtitude of world Coin had -> f-r> it.1- ;*row!.*: Asia ar.d i,«- ■<•••!• r-t 'hat its irrevocable (foa domination Con: r( v rr.an .iii<i>l the fledifati"'i of the <"iti/en-hip Trainini! Center < • Mhlished reu ní !> at Oklahom-i Christian College Oklah<> ..•<■' \ ■ < 'h;ni" llor it was my pr ill • to introduce him His address contained some of the wisest observations and clearest challenges to Ame...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

pff® mm* ■ Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials STREET Cupit Wins Country Club BEAT Invitational Golf Tourney m- J1MM3E CONE was busting his If buttons Tuesday, he became a grandpa His son, MIKE CONE and . ' his wife were the proud parents of a new son . . . Fire Chief CHAR- •P. LIE WILLIAMS is reported to have reprimanded his two top assist- ants for associating with an arson- ist while fighting a fire. . . . Saturday night is Junior Rodeo Nigh at the arena on Tena Street Work shop No. 3 of the Cham- ber of Commerce Political Action course is scheduled for Thursday ; at 3 00 P. M. in the City Hall . . . Walt Disney's Pollyanna, Ls sched- uled for an extended showing beginning Sunday at Palace Theat- r. This is an outstanding family movie with a top-flight cast. We ;• urge you to see this great movie . . MARY C. DECKER and EUG- ' ENE M. DECKER have completed | a year oí studies in the Junior I Year A...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 28, 1960 PAGE TWO Central Baptist Circles DITSWORTH CIRCLE Tlie Mary Alice Ditsworth < ir- clc of the Woman's Mission.:r>" Union of Central Baptist Church will mi-('t Tuesday, August 2, at 6 a m with Mrs C H ODcll. 1023 Kickapoo, as hostess LOCKARD CIRCLE The Mary Sue I/X'kard ( in If uill meet Monday, An, ust 1 at ,'i pm with Mr- W G Wi-.<írnan, 41! N'fxhe.- COUCH CIRCLE The Lawanda ' ouch Circle will meet TuwcJ.iy AiiRuit 2 at 9 a m with Mrs Harmon paw 60:i .• ui Antonio WATSON CIRCLE \!r. Holand Adam 1111 Ilc.jton will he hodc . 'if the Ha/cl Wat..«on Circle on Tuesday, Au,.'i.t 2, at 9 ao .j ::i SAUNDERS CIRCLE Mr-. Kmc"! Taylor, 1001 I'alesi. jtie, will lw host',w of the I.1 tha Saunders Circle on TlH'i'hi}. An-.; list 2 at 0;'JO a tn. Mrs. Eunice Morgan Buried Saturday At Resthaven Mrs Kuril'e Alma Jone-, \tornan. 00 of t)2>l fteai'an Street, died a hout 2 00 1' M Thur^da> at her home after a lor,:' i lines Funeral serv ice wen- held at 3 00 ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

Agreement. . . (Continued from Page 1) >:; - demand for Company-paid vtraordinary medical insurance broken permitting the negoti ;u>ns to proceed to the final set- i: vrnent. The Union's bargaining team insisted of Man'in Collins, CWA Kejireseiitative of St. Louis, Miss- run, L. A. Sykora, CWA Repre- i.tative of Lubbck; Jo Ann Heed, ruffie Operator, Ralls, Texas; 11 [ Pmkston, President Local 6183, Combinationman, Whitesboro, Tex >, B. J. Limm/oth, President of í ocal 6180, San Andelo, Texas; and E. Whitaker, Test board man, 'exarkana. The Company's bar- aiiunff team consisted of Frank em PALACE Thurs & Fri., July 28 & 29 "Brides of Dracula" Plus "Leech Women" Sat., July 30 "Sitting Bull" Plus "Jet Over The Atlantic" Beginning Sunday July 31 Extended Engagement "Pollyanna' CHIff OUTDOOR THEATRe 00 ******** 0f Mtmirt UéaüM Thursday Is Buck Night u Cole Younger Gunfighter" and "Born Reckless" Fri., & Sat., July 29 & 30 "These 1000 Hills" and "The Big Circus" S...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN Newburn Circle ^ TOÜR JÜLY M ,M0 Plans Joint Meeting ||fWi • ^ : 8 Sardis Baptist Funeral Services Church Revival, Begms Sunday high school in Jacksonville. Il« fi Inhn'c wa* employed as a press board op- J Oil II S TT JvJ erator in that city before enlisting Moofc In Mnmo in the Air Force in January, 1960 v,eer5 m «lOme i Upon completion of basic train- Of Mrs. Dale Services for William Lafayette 1-ackl.and AKB, Texas, hej Davis, 82. of Bullard were held at was "**i£ncd to the finance school Mr!! wa5 hostess in 2 00 P. M, Saturday, at the Bull- at Sheppard AKB, Texas. her hom*= at 7,2 Nacogdoches for His wife is the former Martha the Woman's Society of Christian cold dr-nks were served to the eleven members present and one guest. 0 The Lula Newburn Circle of the Woman Missionary Auxiliary of 'he First Baptist Church met Mon- 77^ summer revival at the day afternoon at 3 00 at the church Sard is Baptist Church will begin chv Rev nf 9,n r^r <•. , Service of St John's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

*¡i°0&x w7iC9 4 **«. cor 'Round . . Town tyilK ¡Raunda&aut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combininy the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the m«st complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18V Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy INTERESTING TO HEAR com- ments around town on the new presidential candidates. Few claim- ing any strong allegiance either way. Some want to hear more be- fore talking too much . . . others have already heard enough. They say, "flip a coin." VOLUME 113 AUGUST 4, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER 7 A FEW WILL vote only in the Alley Oop Contest, they declare. WHICH CONTEST is one of the sidelights of the big Lions Club Rodeo next week. Town looks good in preparation for the occasion. The boys are working hard in this last week and we look for another traditionally good Rodeo next Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. RO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

AU'. ?aGE two THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4. 1960 Tea-Shower Compliments Miss Ruth Marie Mayes, Bride-Elect Miss Irene Snellings and Miss bons, ci-ntfred with an open fan Robert I^eakp honored Mus Kuth with lily of the valley, extend- Mane Mayes, bndeelwt of Mr. |0 ,h(. (T>,I-a] rak(. an<) sar)d. LeRoy Frank Cooper, with a most delightful tea shower Friday night, July 29th at Uieir craciom homf , 'lo"s fomplemerited fht on 202 Barron Strwt frorn 7 30 to ran/emcnt 9.00 The buffet held a lovely ar miniature Dresden doll in cold rangement of rrystal randelabras atop tho rake Other refreshments with gold lighted tapers tied with were finger sandwiches, floral WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING vaws Mr ar.d Mrs Dan Heard and angston Alto; Mrs B B Camp- Vlinlatur«- Dresden flower ar miotv and roasted nuts Assisting in the dining r<x>m with hostess pink and yellow roses duties were Mrs l^ois Henry, Mrs L .Viable Horn, Mr' Mildred Fulton, bell, Jacksonville, Mrs Melvin Ses- Mrs I) Mmton Mosele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4. I960 PAGc THREE ce ue in *, st n- th íe in m Beasley- White Vows Are Read Miss I.orvtta Btvslov <>t linsk became tlu- bride of James Donald White Sunday afternoon, July 31st at 5 o'clock with Rev. O P Meador of Weclies officiating at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Frances Beasley of Rusk and Mr. Troy Beasley of Dallas. The groom is the son of Mrs. L. B. White and the late Mr. White of this city. Attendants were Geraldine Lent- mon and Jimmy Landrum of Rusk. The bride was dressed in a royal blue sheath chiffon with white accessories. Her attendant chose beige sheath linen with black ac- cessories. Mr, Horace Hicks sang "I Be- lieve." A reception was held immediate- ly following the ceremony. The table was laid with a white lace cloth over pink, and centered with pink and white glads and lilies. The three tiered wedding cake and punch were served. The couple left for a s h o r t honeymoon. The groom will leave August 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

PAGe 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4 I960 Heald To Attend Rutgers Chirle Heald of the Tex... AA ,M ' olle >■ plant physiology and p. thology department ha.* accept ed i n-.-.'-nrch a-sistantship in en to:i Mo , ¡department at Rutgers l.'njver.i"- New Brunswick. New Jenny Heald i- the .on of Mr md Mrs C Met/ II' .Id of this city Monda-, he receded hi. masters: ; T, , ... n ,to!o:'v iron. Texa. A A M a iiii.-et he will (ontinue to study at Huf>'.er< Mr and Mr Heald ->r>- .isiting.. In- pari i.! here and the parents of Mr-. M>\ild Mr and Mr. I K iji.,rd ,i' M ir • I,.i I The.••< [«••< ?, to leave i it 20th for New Brun.s w: k Mr Heald will 1/ -it. hw du m CHARLES HEALD ALL THIS FOR ONLY • FULL-TIMl LINT FILTER • GIANT 10 LI CAPACITY • ALL PORCP.LAIN - INCLUDING BODf • COMPLETILT AUTOMATIC • 5-TIAR TRANSMISSION GUARANTEE wooit i h m with trade AUTOMATIC "WASHER Waila ce Hardware & Furniture East Side of Square -- Rusk ft" horcst" Couple To Observe Fiftieth Wedding ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4, I960 V TRI-COUNTY BASEBALL •f :ws By J. Perrin Willi July 31st started off as a hoi day Fans as well as player# were wishing the weather would cool down iuit a little The weather did. but by that time the two playoff carries were really hot I talked to BerryhiU. pitcher for Rusk. He had changed his uniform twice, and was still sopping wet with sweat. But what a came that man pitched. There is one thins; for sure. A pitcher cannot win a came by himself But it was just one of those days for Rusk They just could not handle that ball. If Ihey had. they should have won the came Chapman, thai left hand pitcher for Sardis who start* his curve, brings it around first baj- then crosswise over the plate, was off. He was having trouble fur the first time this season Rut Rusk iust could riot take advantage of it, and lost the game to Sard is i to .5 Chapman has the best curve and control we have ever seen. We picked the winner be'-veen Frankston arid Athens We pi...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4, 1960 PAGE 7 mtü , ifl mm * >sS PÜÜ "••• si-;' ¿? & ^ ,, ,?,w ' 1 *. /.vi ■B Mrs. James Ernest Richardson Goodman-RichardsonVows Read Sat. Wedding vows were exchanged liy Miss (,'hristene Nell Goodman and Mr. James Ernest Richardson m ,in impressive double ring cere- mony performed by the Reverened Hillie Thomas at the Falvey Mem- orial Methodist Church of Wells, Saturday evening, July 30 at seven- tlurty o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Goodman of Wells and the groom is the son of Mrs. 1! }'. Richardson of Alto. The wedding was solemnized be- fore a candelebra arch of lighted white tapers above a white satin kneeling bench. Greenery entwin- ed the chancel rail and large white li.:skets of gladioli completed the altar motif. Bows of white satin ribbon marked the family pews. At the organ, Mrs. L. E. Richard- son played the pre-nuptial music and traditional wedding marches. I'reeeeding the ceremony, Mrs. Richardson accompanied Mis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIGHT AUGUST 4, 1M0 SS CHECKS... (Continued from P ®« 1) dren was $166 By contrast, Copeland recalled that when benefits first became payable in 1940, the average couple, each of whom were receiv- monthly payment to a retired in£ benefits, the average payment worker with no dependents was was $121. and the average payment $22, arid to a retired couple the to a widow with two young chil payment was $3fi Everybody Is Happy About It Our P«rton<! Strvit R ally M*k« You Fe«l At Homo We compound your prescriptions and s«ll you drug «upplies in • pleasant, professional atmosphere. Your health is our business, and we're always ready t0 serve you carefully and promptly. CHAPMAN PHARMACY "WE FILL ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION" Stanley Cnapman, Refl. Pharmacist Phone MU 34122 - Rusk, Texas Filling Your Prescription Is the Most Important Part or Our Business Call THE GAY LAUNDRY LLOYO HENDRICK. REPRESENTATIVE MU 3-2713 PHONES MU 3 2763 NITE "GET HAPPY -USE THE GAY LAUNDRY SER...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

Younger Set Shows How To Stay Cool and Have Most Fun ]||IBÉTw iir- ••;! '.i .^'«K^'í^.v: «. '¿, ÉÉ&^ The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS * SPORTS HATES PASSENGERS Brahma Is Meanest Rodeo Critter You can depend on it. The younger set knows how to stay cool and still have the most fun. A recent heat wave sent Conntians to the water to escape the blistering heat. First in 'and last out, of course, were the young ones. Above they | demonstrate some of the classic techniques of beating the It long has been established that the Brahma breed is the most un- predictable of bovines, more read- ily subject to explosive fits than any other. For that reason plus their catlike agility in action the Brahma bull is used to test the mettle of professional cowboys in the sport of rodeo. Even when left alone the Brahma bull is hard to handle and when turned into the rodeo arena generally has up a head of steam that makes him try to shed ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PA«C TWO AUGUST 4, 1940 REMINDER The Cherokeean E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas under Act of March 3, 1879 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu Ution of any person, firm, or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper wih foe gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of th« publisher. SUBSCR Sue Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County IPTION HATES $1 75 $3.00 $2 25 $4 (XI Allusion To Providence Unseemly In Politics Platforms, happily, are not what a party intend.-; to (Jo as much as what it want. th<- peo pit- to think it is Koin* to do. Still they are instrument* </¡ propaganda and reflect to «orne extent the sensibilities of a political organization. It is unfortunate, therefore, that the frivolity spawned of ambition has cr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

I I CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY ■ SELL - TRADE '¿est CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE ( :: '^.-7 o GoT DM! at saerifíee prices Our lot's way overloaded. We've got lo move these car beauties fast. See how low we tagged them. These prices call for Action NOW. Hurry1 You May Never Again Have An Opportunity At These LOW PRICES Trade cars with a deal- er who will settle for a SMALL PROFIT > Rusk Mtr. Sales Will Not Be UNDERSOLD Before You Trade . . . See Leeman Isaacs At Rusk Mtr. Sales YOUR FORD DEALER Hiway 69 at "Y" — Rusk, Texas SAFE TRANSPORTATION •t PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OP USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOMEI WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U S. ROYAL TIMS 101 E Rusk Phone «291 lb. Cars Wanted Top prices pjid for Used Cars. See us first. J. C. Williams, Rusk. USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cert et Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS extension agents- calendar schedule Thursday, August 4 weekly ;uTf The average weight of each hale was 75 pounds However, some 'if Lhe bales weighed as much at 100 pourid* on the acres where h<- IFYE Conference at Alpine. Wyorn ;,pp|1(.fj 200 pounds 10 20-10 in 'ng * April and 300 pounds ammonium Farm and Homestead Improve- nitrale in May ment Committee Mefting in the So it is evident, thanks to a few Council Room from 1 30 P M to'heavy showers of rain and weral 3.30 P M sacks of fertilize, the county hay Home Visits at New Hope crops should turn out fairly heavy Check on Beef Cattle Carcass afler all Evaluation School Clothing Workshop in Jacksonville at the Singer Sewing Center at 2 00 i P. M Radio- KEBE Jacksonville Irene Pnce (Mom 11 55-12:00 Radio- -KTLU -Rusk—Ann Shell hammer —1 15-1:20 Friday, August 5 IFYE Conference at Alpine, Wyoming Clothing Workshop in Jacksonville at the Singer Sewing Center a' 2:00 P M Apple Butter - Spreads 'N Fillings Hom...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

>s Jacksonville & Area Churches Nonary) RCH s Jame School Wo.-ship taininu Set. Worship it Service Night t- night of CHURCH , pastor .m. 1 a.m. p.m. RCÍT LE lurch astor a.m. ):55 a m. p.m. :30 p.m. Mondays) ndays) 7:00 •—7:00 p.®. ) p.m. p.m. hureh istor a.m. 1:00 a.m. 0 p.m. .—6:30 p.m. :30 p.m. «i Church stor :45 a.m. ice — 6:00 f:00 p.m. 00 p.m. ist Church George 0 a.m. l. :00 p.m. W NORTH-EAST-SOUTH-WEST "77ie earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein." J It is the time of vacations and many will be traveling to various parts of the earth enjoying God's creations. This can be a time of joy and an opportunity to draw closer to God. While viewing the wonders of the earth, think of the marvelous power of God who created these things. Take time to enter God's house on the Sabbath wherever you may be. j Give thanks to the Lord for all his goodness. The Church Is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His lo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN ■if te PAGE SIX AUGUST 4 1960 Legal- Maydelle News - INTERESTING FACTS Ronald Amundsen discovered íe South role. AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES TELEPHONE COMPANY PERMISSION TO INCREASE THE CHARGE PER MONTH FOR TELE PHONES IN THE TOWN OF RUSK, UNDER CERTAIN CON DITIONS, AND GRANTING TO THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES TELEPHONE COMPANY, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT, PRIVILEGE AND AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN LINES FOR TELEPHONES AND TELEGRAPH ALONG. UNDER AND OVER STREETS, ALLEYS AND PUBLIC WAYS OF THE TOWN OF RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, UPON THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CON OITIONS, TO-WIT: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COrNCfl, OF THF TOWN OF RUSK. TEXAS, that 1 The town Council of the Town of Rusk hereby agrees to and con- sents that The Southwestern Stall's Telephone Company, which i.i the successor arid or assign to the Southwest Telephone Company, to increase its rate,. charged p'-r month from the rates previously charged for telephone...

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