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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 September 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches east side assembly of god J;. K':- Batí ,11, 1'asior "ml', •"nor )i| -11 A M. • véniny Worship —7:30 I' M first assembly of god 9¿6 Washington Street Rev. Paul <;. Cuncilib, Pastor bunday School—0.45 A.M. V■ >rnin¡4 Worship -11 A.M. Children's Church- 0:30 I'M, tivcnintf Service -7:30 I' M. W.\H'—?'15 P.M. Tuesday U edncsday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training I tnon—-fi:30 P.M. Evening Worship—17:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 Wednesday Service—8 P.M. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Austin Street Rev ilarold Davis. Pastor Sunday School 10 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training t'nion 6:30 P.M. Evening Worship —7:30 P.M. VVednc-dav Service 7:30 P.M. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 402 South Main Street Dr. Bradford Curry. Pastor Sunday School 0 45 A.M. Morning Worship- 11 a M. '¡'raining I"nion 6:15 P.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. ■ tv.' d;.y Service- -7:30 P.M....

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAC! SIGHT SEPTEMBER I. 1960 Record Books (Continued from Pogo 1) Poultry, Ronnie Anderson. New Hope: Garden. Paul Traylor, Pon la; 1>or, Michael Session*, Wells, Achievement Barbara Glover, Wells. Girls Home Economics, Mary Nell Moore, Future Citizens, Food Preparation, Karen Perkins. Ponta. Clothing, Phyllis Shu ma k er, Wells; Dress Revue Award. Vickie Greenwood New Summer field; Recreation, Brenda Shumak er. Wells: Frozen Food Barbara Bobbitt, Pon ta All of these rerorrls will be judged on September fl in the dis- trict contest Winning r'■oar(In in the Senior division of the district contest will then be judged in the state contest See The MODERN ALL GAS HOME That Wm Built For Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Elliott In Rusk OPEN HOUSE Saturday and Sunday September 10 & 11 2:00 to 6:00 P.M. They will enjoy the Year Round Insulation Installed By LEE INSULATING CO. Phone LY-4-9633 Tyler, Texas Miss Haney, Mr. Bullock Wed In Ceremony At Alto Queen (Continued from P«fl# 1) s...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 September 1960

lash a- Ikee late of STREET BEAT The newly decorated Jackson- ville Police Department office is nearing completion. Sheriff Allen Dotson and Deputy Willie Black contributed their part last week by helping install the new floor tile . Patrolman Earnest Taylor made good use of the holiday this week. He spent the day fixing all of the parking meters that have been stuck. No more free parking for a while .... Our congratulations to Art Mc- Elmurray, local hospital administ- rator who was named a Fellow of the American Board of Hosp Adm- instrators last week in a California¡ meeting . . . W. D. Mauldin, school superintendent, got his first Christ- mas greeting Tuesday as thanks for starting school ... The Labor Day crowd at Lake Jacksonville got special entertain-. mm Local School Board Juggles Taxes But Holds $1.60 Rate T. M. A. GRAND AWARD—(Left to right) A. A. Hall, chairman' of the Jacksonville Chamber of Comifierco In- . dustrial Relations Committee, Talley Nichols, T. M. A. Directo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 September 1960

.I MGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 19A0 Central Baptist Circles Central Baptist Royal Service DITSWORTH CIRCLE The Dltsworth Circle of the Cen- ral Baptist Church met with Mrs. F W Kvans. 1621 Quevado, Tues- day, September 0 at 6:00 A M Miss Mclntyre To Speak at St. John's Miss Sharon Mclntyre will de liver the sermon at St. J o h n' s Methodist Church on Sunday morn ing. September 11 Miss Mclntyre has served as Youth Director for the First Methodist Church, Bren harn this summer where Rev Wal- ter Mcf'herson is pastor Miss Mclntyre attended I n Mor- ris College for two years and will continue her education this fall at Texas Wesley an College Fort Worth She was recommended for license to preach '>y St. John's Methodist Church last May The public is invite.I to hear Miss Mclntyre preach St John's Methodist Church ■■■ located at 2Ó20 lieaumont St I1!ÉÉ$ ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Mr. and Mrs. Jack; E. Tarrent of Jacksonville Texas announce the enjjfatfement. of their daughter. Anita Ka...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 September 1960

Home's Kitchen Features Gas Built-lns SEPTEMBER 8, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE More and more modern-minded work-saving, time-saving accesso- homemakers are specifying gas ries. built in cooking units for their One of the latest developments smart new kitchcns. in gas cooking offered by these Combining beauty of design with built ins is the thermostatic top high quality cooking performance, burner. This burner has a sensing built-in top burners and ina-wall unit directly in contact with the oven-broiler units offer an out- bottom of the utensil which sends standing example of the remarka- heat signals to the thermostat con- ble advances made in gas range trolling the flow of gas. According engineering. j to these signaisi tjje fiame adjusts Always a leader in the field, gas itself up and down in order to now offers the homemaker all the maintain the desired pre-selected assets of "natural" cooking, a gas heat. This means that the home- standard for years, plus the last maker may l...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR SEPTEMBER 8, I960 m m IlklMH, INDIAN CHKKKLÉADKR3—Left to ritfht, Kathy .J'' Faulk. Su.-y Ruckar, Klaine Kirkpatrick, and I.infla Shank nection at the opening football nann; in the Tomato liowl i 7 Jti % . vi * ■<&/& w Jane Gilwon, Mary will I ad t.h - Indian cheering Friday nitfht. indians . . . (Continued from Paae 1) Pete Lammons. and Wade Holraan Seniors, and Clayton Fontenot, and Sammy Chandler, Juniors; tackles. Larry Lake, ietUor. Ray Dudley & N«al Quillian, juniors, and John Jolly, a sophomore; Guards, Mark Rogers, senior, Frank Dublin, junior, and Dob Murray, a sopho- more; center, Jimmy Connor; quart erbacks, Grady Rountree, a wnior, W. E. Bailey Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service TELEPHONE 9331 209 E. LarIua S . FIRE, CASUALTY AND BONDS AUTO INSURANCE • SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO - POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD and Shub Minter; halfbacks James Buufby and Robby Robbing, senior , and IU> Warren and Jimmy Ba«s, juniors. fullbacks, Neil ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

CI car '(Kaund. . . Town tyl/itA Idaundaioiit 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. 181,7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy ROUNDABOUT'S got a license that says he parked parallel one time, but it doesn't say how often he can do it . . . he'd better do some practicing up though, 'cause, unless t~e finds a parking place on the square, he may be abandoning his car catty-wompus-like in front of the city postoffice. VOLUME 113 SEPTEMBER 15, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER 13 FOR THE SAKE of safety and reasonable traffic movement the city council Tuesday voted in par- allel parking and some traffic changes. It will make for wider streets and clearer corners. Little Mr. Santa Is Busy At His Bench THERE WAS SOME objection to the wholesale change, especially on a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

wm jm sites THE CHEROKEEAN TWO SEPTEMBER IS, 1960 Coastal Bermuda Good Haymaker Jack Boyle examines growth on his first year Coast- al Bermudafrrafla with his farm manager, L. M. Turney. Picture made 39 days after grana had bean cut for hay. Jack Boyle, near Bullard, now tiai about 450 acres of Coastal Bermudacrass. His laUwrt planting wzs in Jane, 1959 when he set out 150 acrrs on sandy upland Two hundred pounds of 1020 10 was applied at the time of planting Cattle crazed the field until June 18 this year Cattle were removed and 200 pounds 10-20 10 applied Forty bales per acre of excellent quality hay was harvested on July 23 and 200 pounds of ammonia sulphate applied The grass is lx- ing harvested again this week. 4.'i days after the first hay cutting, and L M Turney farm manager, estimated the yield at 60-70 bale? per acre Jeter I Dean, a supervisor of the Cherokee County Soil Conserv- ation District, is in the process of selectively thinning his timber James Dawson, of the Rekla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

i >8 ) THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 15 I960 PAGE THREE v'< Fullback Buddy Roye slams into the New London line for a couple of yards and sets up KusITs only score of tfie even- lieh was marte on the next play. 1C' |F>V- f>. NewLondonWorks Last Minute Win Over Rusk Friday A myth was almost shattered threat, and finally the Eagles gain- j last Friday night when the Ragles P(| possession and ran out time in ! of Rusk threw away the script and the first jialf put on a stirring fight to beat New London. They scored first, then in i In the fading seconds of the j the second half, they held onto third quarter, London's Bates tos- ¡ sed a pass to Halfback George ¡ Hamilton to tie up the score. minutes, Then it remained a game of def- until the clock! W'~ 4' I Jimmy Ramey, Rusk Quarterback, is uowneu uy uwo 'New Lonidlon tacklers, but not before he set up the R u s k touchdown. The first score of the Rusk-London game was made Uvo plays after this picture was made. —Cherokeean Staff Pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR SEPTEMBER 15. I960 Thalion Club Meets Thurs. In Fisher Home Members of the Thalian Club of Rusk met last Thursday for the first time this fiscal year in the home of Mrs Janes Fisher. Her co-hostess was Mrs Frank Morgan As guests arrived they were ser ved golden fruit punch, cookies, mints and nuts. The serving table's centerpiece was lavender mums in crystal container Mrs. Knox Ray president, was in charge of the meeting. M r Stanley Chapman, program chair man, distributed the new yearbooks and explained the study theme, "Abundant Family Uving " Mrs Henry Guenzel was elected treasurer to fill a vacancy, Thursday's program was entitled "The New Members of Our Na tionai Family" and was given in two parts M r s Allen Dot .von spoke on "Family Life in Modern Alaska" Mm. Stanley Chapman talked on "Life and Customs of Hawaiian People " Present in addition to t h o s e memhers already mentioned were Mcsdames Adon Duncan, Morris Hassell, Charles Long. M li Phil bric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

Eagles Echo /mi"1 • sw ml Griffins Mrs. Entertain A¡f0 Kiwanians Latham Feted At On 93rd Birthday EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Editor-in-chief Linda Watson Assistant Editor Mary Maitland Business Manager jU(jy Banks Circulation Manager Leonard Berry Assistant Circulation Mgr David Black Sports Editor Bobby Long Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Ramey Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs ALTO- -Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yow- t'll honored their aunt, Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Griffin i L.atham. on her nint> third birth- presented a program of music for Snoopers Top Hereford Breeders Set Fall Sale the Rusk Kiwanians Tuesday when that organization held its regular noon luncheon meeting at the Texas Cafe. Webb Finley, program chairman, introduced the couple. Kiwanis president Bill Davis presided at the luncheon meet- i ing and welcomed Charles Trim- Lewis McCarroll ble of Jacksonville a visitor. The Club voted to stage its an- ¡ nual Pan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN COKE PAITY PAGE SIX SEPTEMBER IS. 1M0 li r.ffi Swimming and diving arc Uuifht boyfl and tfirh from all over Texas by qualified counnelor at the Salvation Army Camp. Two youngsters from the Husk area were sponsored by the local SA unit at the camp this year. Honors Class Of '57 Girls Mi . Jc'vcl I aw M.irif.-i (inter tjWH-d with a Crike parly ;it her home Saturday afternoon, Septem- ber I Oil i from 2,30 to <> pm hor. huí. ■ th< t'irl graduates of Rusk Hi. h s< ho i CI- -.- i'f I9&7 Among those pnivTit were Mrs. [',¡1 .".ill K.iton Arnold <>( Dalla ., Mrs Saundra Burks 1'oskey rrrvnt- I y returned from (íerrnany, Mrs Naomi Spivey Mall of Tyler, and Mr, l.aura No a I Bobbitt of Husk, Miv,e<, Nelda Smith, Sylvia Jlend erson, l.illic Faye Kiru'. and .Jo Ann Abernathy, all of Husk. fokrs and cookies were served .during the enjoyable reunion Pic- tures were also made during the , afternoon O ■ Kilgore in 24-21 Win at Mt. Pleasant The Kilgore Bulldog...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

LITTLE PATIENTS HAVE THE ANSWERS FOR TEACHER iiri—«méko ssL ... - s mm In and About Alto The first daya at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children's new school at Dallas shows enthusiasm of tht youngsters involved. In the past, out-of-town patients got behind in school work. Left to right are the teacher, Miss Ann Sewell; Boyd Busbee, 9, of Dallas; Greta Kennemur, 7, of Austin- Hospital President John McKee, Dallas; Elias Ramirez, IS, of San Angelo; Benny Jones, 12, of Dallas; and Brenda Szitar, 11, of Big Spring. Mr. McKee, prominent in state educational affairs initiated the new program. THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP Coach Terry Moore will probably see his Alto Yellowjackets rated among lop contenders for the Class A championship after their shock- ing upset of Gaston last Friday. The Gaston Red Devils were picked as one of the toughest Class A teams in the state. This could be the year when the Yellowjackets go a long way in football play and should give their old tradit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAN BMMT WT1MM* 1 . IN ANO ABOUT what Rusk Folks are doing Visitón in the home of Mr. and Dr Bob Sutton of San Antonio tended funeral services for their Mr*. Geo. L. Sutton Sunday were 1Jt visiting his sister, Mrs J T. niece, Mrs. Tommy Hester, Jr, at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sutton of Ter ,, ,nd othcr nUlivtn hPre San Antonio Monday. Mrs. filter rell; Dr. and Mrs. Frank Richard- passed away in a San Antonio hos son of Tyler; Dr R. S. Sutton of w , P'tal Friday She is survived by San Antonio; and Mr and Mrs Mrs Verdie Mae Banks spent ht.r hasbann and two small chil W. C. Sutton of Rusk. Monday night at Bryan taking her dren Friends here remember Tom- Mrs. H. C. Edwards returned grandson, Kenney Miller home af my, Jr, as he has visited here Friday from visiting her relatives (er sp<,n(|ing ]ast here lows. President, Sue Sessions, Vice- ! President, Sandra Dial, Recording i Secretary, Dorothy Ann Adams, i Corresponding Secretary, Gale Ses- sions. Keyboard Junior chairman. ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

has isit imi- Mc sey. *nd, ob- in Twenty-Seven Punished For Drunk Driving In I960; 7 More Than '59 Charges of driving while intoxi- terms totalled 104 days. rated have been filed against (The fine totals given do not in- twenty seven persons in the first ciU(|c cosis 0[ court, which is us- t ight months of 19fi0 in the Coun- $'>9 20 t\ C o u r t of Cherokee County. lu " in the same There were IS miscellaneous charges of liquor violations during penalty for driving while intoxicated is a $100 fine and three days in jail. Seldom is the punishment less than that but occasionally the fine will be $150. and sentences up to 30 days are ¡ Salvation Army Summer Camp Host To 1,000 Twenty were filed period List year. Fourteen of this year's offenses that period. have been punished by fine and The usual jail sentence. Total fines of $1.250 and total jail sentences of 42 days were assessed against the fourteen offenders who entered 'guilty pleas to the charges. There were eleven other miscel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

The Cherokeean •AGE TWO SEPTEMBER 1$, 1 MA * EDITOR!ALS * Bloody Independence By this time, the report of the Bdjfian government on atrocitie* oamraitted a<raiast white pople by the newly-independent Con- golese h&n hi: the desk* in aimort every newypap^r m America. We wonder now if their journalistic chivalry, which presumes to see so much inhumanity in Southern Mates, will depivre thb aavajfery in like pro- portion. Probably not Much of the report—which the Belgian comrmsftion saya it can document—cortains (leacriptions of acta too vile to r>- r^roduced in the delicate language American reader are used to. The atrocities seemed t be par. of a plan for debasing white peopl- There were rel- atively few death*—to avoid the reproach of rr.aa-«acr<i *a:d the Belgiana—bjt wholesale "abatement of human dignity " The Belgian study went on "It must be Htrfciwed that the facu oescnijed in the pre- sent preliminary report are among tho e which the Commission can retain a® establ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize $500°° $1C *)nd Mm prize Bonus Prize if you can cor- rectly gu«i the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Jacksonville and Kilgore Football Games. INDIAN" Back Of The Week Oí BO WARREN Junior Halfback Selected as the back of the week for his hard driving ball carrying in the Texas City Game. A reserve letter man from last year who puts every thing he has into the game. Doesn't quit driving until t h e whistle blows. Official Entry Blank Games 1. Rusk 2. Jacksonville 3. Elkhart 4. Pine Tree 5. Gladewater 6. Kilgore 7. Henderson 8. Nacogdoches 9. Carthage 10. Palestine 11. Center 12. Diboll 13. Tyler Jr. College 14. Stephen F. Austin 15. Texas Tech. 16. Texas 17. T. C. U. 18. S. M. U. 19. Arkansas 20. Texas A & M Tl Jacksonville NAME ADDRESS for Sept. 16 & 17 Alto Orange Fairfield Diamond Hill Crockett Texarkana Athens Lufkin Marshall Corsicana Hemphill Big Sandy Victoria College N. W. Louisiana West Texas State Nebraska Kansas Missou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

RUSK VS. ALTO at alto friday «:00 p.m. ANYONE CAN WIN CAS WEEKLY PRIZES SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE FIRST PR ! 7 E Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION rusk, texas J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER for rusk & alto area rambler dfai.er for all chfcrokee county PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long, Secty. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY rusk, texas CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY SCHOCHLER HARDWARE rusk, texas ED STOVER CAFE home of fine foods" THE SMART SHOP ladies exclusive shop" west side of square rusk MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR everything for men a big boys rusk E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY rusk, texas CITIZENS STATE BANK member f. d. i. c. rusk, texas FIRST STATE BANK member f. d. i. c. rusk, texas CHEROKEE COUNTY MOSELEY ELECTRIC DRUG ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

ALTO vs. RUSK AT ALTO FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! ER our big football contest today; may win one of the big prizes. NO- NG TO BUY ... no obligation! Match guesses with the experts ... just mark choice for the winners, NOT THE RES! BONUS PRIZES $ >00 $ lOO Bonus Prize If you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jack- sonville and Kilgore Football games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jacksonville and Kilgore Football games. ntest ... mployees of this news- fheir families. way every week; prize irson picking the most tfill be the winner. Do the weekly prizes. 0, you must correctly jp, Crockett and Rusk 50.00 Bonus, you must ise games. ! is Friday at 4 p.m. lowing we«k. Enter as it must be deposited at i Rusk and Alto. POINTS IN ALTO d's Drug > Herald ry Blank 6 & 17 > nge rfield mond HIM ckett arkana ens kin -shall sicana nphill Sandy loria College <N. Louisian...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

Dowdy Gets House Record Merit Award Congressman John Dowdy has been awarded the certificate oí merit by the Civic A/fairs Assoíí ate commending hi record as a congressman The organization rated Dowdy in the top one third of the House of Representatives in support of the principles of sound, Constitut- ional government Upon receipt of the award. Dowdy naid: "I am proud that you have given me the opportunity to be one of the leaders in our successful opposition to the ex tension of federal control- that would have been hichly deten- mental to our American way of life. "Without ret'ard to politics", I have sought to preserve our Con- stitutional form of government against the efforts of those whose chief aim definitely implies the destruction of our freedoms " (Dowdy this week stated he was returning to his Athens home and people of tivp Seventh Congress- ional District may write or call him there ) Kenneth Dickson Completes Annual Army Training FORT SÍLL, OKLA. (AJfTNC) - Army Reserve...

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