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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

Jacksonville Hospitals LEGISLATIVE LETTER NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL June 11 Admitted: Virginia Neely, Troup; Henry Aldridge, city; Mrs. Wesley Allen, city; Thomas M. Morris, city; Grady Pond, Troup; Mrs. J. D. Hardy, city; Walter R. Clark, city. _ „ , Dismissed: Mace Akin, Reklaw; jman' ®u ar* Delbert W Bernice Leo Smith, Lindale; James man' Bullard R. Smith, JJeckville; Mrs. Francis NEWBURN SANITARIUM L. Haberle, city; Mrs. George W '3 Bradley, city; Mrs. Bruce Modi Admitted: Louise King, Willie Brown, Overton; Clifford Moore, city; Mrs. Velma M. January, Es- tace; Mrs. Mary E. Say lera. Browns boro; Oxell Hood Davis, Lufkin; Minnie Ree Robinson, city; Ritter Price, Rt. 6, Palestine; George Ann McCardell, city; Paula Lattimore, city; David Lynn Fore- Record Welfare Bill Passed Court Hears RePGl^ 592S Evidence To Rule on Fad From W. W. Glass seven years ago. We do not find Th, House has pmrf luring! "TiT"8 the past week a bill, H. B. 8, which about their grants as we did then, will, if pa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

A Family That Prays Together Stays Togethei RUSK CHURCHES SEVENTH-OAY ADVEMTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom C«rt r, Pat or In Sew Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a.m. Worrfup Service 11:00 Wed. Night Service 7:30 Bible Lessons illustrated with colored slides. ASSEMBLY OF COD Pastor: REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W MC. Friday — 2pm. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A Service — 7 p.m.. Hunda Evening Worship — 7:30 p m Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnío H. W*bb, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 9 45 a m Morning Worship. 11:00 a m. Training Union, (5 30 pm Evening Worship. 7:30 p m Youth Fellowship. 8:30 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.15 Choir Practice P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. horrow Sunday School, B43 a m. Morning Wo,**hip, 11 :f*) am Training Union 6 30 Sun. Even Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday Evening Services 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R Brooks, pastor Sunday School. 10 a m. Worship Service. 11 a m. BTU. 7 pm. Evening Worship, 8 p.m....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

Attend Church of Your Choice Cv; 0 ñ «■> Él JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES hese young children are enjoying a most wonderful experience ... they are holding a new life in their hands. How tenderly they cradle the little chicks... for they know without being told that a new life needs warmth, protection and gentle care. This instinct for protecting the young is as old as life itself. , As these children guard their little chicks ... so does the unseen hand of God protect, guard and comfort our lives. We are all the children of God and as such, we can look to Him to watch over us throughout all the days of our life. Begin now to enjoy the rich experience of His companionship. Attend the church of your choice. /'A •V 5oo The Church is God's appointed agency in ihis world for threading ihe knowledge of His love 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...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN RAGE é JUNE IS, 19S9 Miss McCorroll To Wed Mr. Irwin Aug. 14th News Of Interest To WOMEN IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Merrill, Chief of Police Girls State in Austin Joan Merrill of Jacksonville, a Cituen of Bluebonnet Girls State now in progress in Austin, at the Texas School for the Blind, was elected Chief of Police of her city GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS HENRY'S JEWELERS PHorv MU 3-4645 Rutk. 1 •*. She is assigned to the Nationalists party and is residing and voting in her County She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W N Merrill, and was spon-l sored to Girls State by Jackson ville Lions flub, through the local r'nit of the American legion Auxi liary The 195ft Session of Bluebonnet Girls State has grown from an ex- perimental conference of M girls held at Baylor University in 1941, to become the biggest tingle ex- tracurricular educational program for high school girls in Texas This ear. a full quota of 400 girls, the JS-0 bon— ^°" " . S0<* . .^Vl\ W CITIZENS STATE BANK Mimlxr F...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

Faculty Homes' To Replace Old L.M. Structures! J'VILLE—Work is n<>w under way to move the government hous j ing off of the campus of Lon Mor- j ris College. The government build ings, which formerly housed the biology lab, annual class, recrea- tion room and teacher apartments since 1947, will be moved to an area between the gymnasium and the College Park Addition. Faculty homes will be made from these buildings with three bedrooms, two baths, larger win-, dows. brick veneering, and com- plete modernizing under the direc- tion of S. W. Ray of Tyler, archi- tect and Arthur Thompson, con- tractor. o Gallatin News What Alto Folks Are Doing Mr and Mrs. J L. Pyle were and Mrs. Lewis Terrell. spent a short time Wednesday business visitors Saturday in Dal- Mrs. Mary Ann Boyd of Vernon las. is visiting in the Carl Boyd home. Mr. and Mrs. Luther White of Miss Cynthia Boyd will return Dallas were visitors in the home with her for an extended visit j of Mrs. Kate Johnson ' veek-end. with...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

(BPiiS J' PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE II. 1959 news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county First State Officers, Employees Guests for Dinner in Pipes Home Officers and employees of the First SUte Bank of Rusk were Sat urda y night dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pipes and son. Jerry Lynn Mr Pipes is executive vice president of the bank The menu for the dinner con sifted of charcoal broiled steak-*, baked potatoes, Boston baked beans, green salad, cantaloupe and an a--ortment of relishes For dessert, German Chocolate and banana nut cake were served Attending were Mr and Mrs Jeff Austin, .Mr and Mrs E B Musick. Sr., Mr. and Mr* W. H Graham, Mr and Mrs Frazier .Volley; Mr and Mrs. Joe Little- >ohr¡, Mrs Zora Parks, Misses Wanda Beth French and Nancy Pippin Other guests, besides First State employees The Rev and Mrs. F.. J fiirklehach and Mr and Mrs. James A Rector of Crockett 0 INTERESTING FACTS Wall Street in New York was .so named because it follows the line of the palisaded wal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

icrc £sl" * cor 4 11 ' Hound . . . Town ^HilÁ iRoanda^out COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« 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, 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT IS CETTINO VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS JUNE 25, 1959 NUMBER 1 ready to leave for a few days he and Mrs. Roundabout are going to Brownsville for the Texas Press Association annual meeting. IT DOES OLD ROUNDABOUT good to go to press association meetings. Always enjoy talking to the wise old heads in the newspa- per business . . . Never have tended a meeting yet, that this old bird didn't learn a great deal. Jacksonville Escapes Damage From Tornado id' Gregg Named Chairman of WAS TALKING TO DAN ACK- ER about the trip, and come to Arrn find out, "Danny Boy" knows all¡ *MIIIV about that part of the country . It seem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

LOOKING AHEAD Today's Demagogues Adopt 'Elixir' Hawker Techniques by OIL GEORGE BENSON "I'M FOE TNE FARMER- DEMAGOGUES Thf definition of a demagogue . • . _ , . , , . , . payments to farmer which One who seeks to make capital of " social discontent and gain political influence Demagogues usually are good speakers, either charming or grave crisis endangering the Am erican way of life. Today they are advocating a scheme for direct 1 more dangerous than anything yet. Courage and leadership are re- quired /or a man in public life to i a. . .. „ stand up and call their hand It dynamic. The,- «ttract big follow- ^ ^ „t„ord||Miry Iead,rship ings; they always offer an easy" stopgap way of coping with a pro blem They never have a real solu tion Solutions sometimes require facing hard realities. And they know it's human nature to not capacity for the leader of the nation's biggest farmers' organiza tion to do it "Favors" for Farmer* That is what Charles B Shuman, RUSK NEWS i Jacksonville Mr i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25, 1959 PAGE 3 •Buying •' y \ Selling t Renting Services Employment Best FOR SALE READ AND U SET HE FOR SALE: 1936 25 HP Evinrude Motor and Yellow Jackct beat and trailer. Four life jackets. Price, S550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3- 4605, Rev. Elwood Birkelbach. tfc-50 FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, uboul 6 blocks from Courtmuse. 1 block off Palestine St. All u'ilities. Willi build you a home on one of them I will furnish plan^. <« "T specifica tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamond* Watch Gifts 20% to 50% Off See us before you buy. Summers Jewelry 210 S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 FOR SALE: Used television sets for sale. All sizes ano makes, at Rock Bottom prtces. Guaranteed! in good playing order. Urdal Ra i dio Company, Rusk, Ph. MU 3- 4046. tfc-43 Í BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New brick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25, IW PITCHIN' WITH PERRIN By J. Perrin Willi It happened Jane 21. when out of the chute came the "Ofd Wild- cat" of the Sardis Cat* and stop- ped vha? was looking like one of the greatest defeats the Sardis team had taken, ft was the third inning. Glover had Sardis 8 to 0 Rabton was on the mound for Sardt« ind Jones was doing the pitching for Glover It looked and was bad for Sardis, when Jesse Middleion called on Paul Middle ton to take over the pitching Then, the merry ssoround was over as far as Glover wa* concern- ed They never made another run Paul *aved the day by winning the game. 11 to 8 Paul not only stop ped Glover in their tracks but hit three doubles, which started the Sard; rally It just goes to show- you cannot tell who will be the winner until the last ball has been pitched Every term ha> off days as well kh good days It was a good day for Alto They won their first game of the season by beating New Salem The score - Alto 9, New Salem 8 W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

Wfií Cancer Society Gay-Whisenant Wedding Plans Meeting Read Saturday Afternoon Friday Night J'VILLE—Hewitt Wilson, chair- man of the Cherokee County Unit of the American Cancer Society, stated Tuesday that a meeting will be held Friday at 7:30 in the Beall Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church in Jacksonville. An interesting and informative film on cancer will be shown at this time and the public is invited stated Mr. Wilson. 0 Jacksonville Hospital NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL June 22 Admitted: Mrs. Laura Bell White. Rusk; Robert Lloyd Vining, city; Charles E Lowe, Laneville; Mrs. Mae W. Martin, city; Mrs. Thursa May Ramsey, city; Oscar Acker, Dialville; Mrs. Carrie Kerss, i Nacogdoches; Mrs. T. L. Gary, city; Laney Johnston, Grapeland; Mrs.' | Wesley Allen, city; Alfred T. Mc- Manus, Brownsboro. j | Dismissed: Mrs. Naoma Alexan- der, city; Mrs. Mary Opal Wooten, city; Mrs. Lissie Irene Gentry, Van; Mrs. Hettie Patterson, Dal- las 4; George V. Betts, Troup; Travis G. Smith, city; Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25, 1*5 PAGE 6 Sgt. Cook, Jones Receive Awards At Gov. Review J'VILLK First Sergeant Jeter Academy at Fort Hood laat fall. W Cook, administrative «erjjeant of Company B 2nd Armored Rifle Battalion. 144th Infantry, stated Monday that Sergeant Robert O Jones of Jacksonville won the di- vision browning automatic contest held during summer camp at Fort Hood the past two weeks Major General Clayton P Kerr presented a plaque to Sgt Cook at the gover The divtsion participated in in- filtration and close combat for the first time during the first week. The second week was spent run- ning problems Four men took the expert infantryman test The total payroll for Jackson- from Palestine. The company re- ported no injuries. Sgt Cook stated that there was • need for more men in tbe unit. The group returned to Jackson- ville Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m and were dismissed about 130. ville and Palestine for the two The trip to and from Fort Hood weeks was about $11,000 There was ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

Is {jr., |La., the |mes li- the Ither Buer- the re- I* 10 ¡0 r * ¡9J !9< 19# 190 !90 150 70 news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Janie Sartain, Rosemary Vermil- lion, and her sisters, Dianne and Melody. After a playful session at the Rusk Lions Club swimming pool, the group had refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and punch at the honoree's home. Favors of jump ropes were given the guests. "«i— «■ ««« «*>•1 JUS- ¿Tesarot Mr er, Jeanne Duncan, Pam Browning, ^ v Tesa Maness, Carol Burton, Susan McCarroll. Glenda Sue Mayes. Miss Chapman Feted With Swim Party Deborah Chapman observed her 8th birthday last Tuesday with a swimming party. Enjoying the Gallatin Reklaw Church ~. . . . Of Christ To Cjirl Joins Hold Meeting WAF Tues. TRY TODAY'S HOUSEPOWER PHOTOTEST This smart homemaker is con- sulting her HOUSEPOWER Specialist about full HOUSE- POWER for her home. Full HOUSEPOWER (■) prevents drafts (b) increases value of home (c) repairs leaky faucets (d) eliminates termite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

WMPPHM HUB u« I THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE U. It WATER AGE... (Continued from P f* 1) tí water a*e, as has been dram- atically pointed out, ii the fact that nowhere in the county U there a cingle organization fully equipped for rescue or recovery work. There has been no dearth of volunteer rwneri, divers and re- cover) equipment in each emer gency But the facilities used have come from several counties, not from a central rescue agency The County Sheriffs Depart men* always a participant and the first to be called, hasn't so much as a grapple hook It is totally unprepared to cope with water accidents. Below are brief summaries of conditions at the county' two major lakes open to public re creation Their limited staffs rc quire thern to rely largely on voluntary compliance with rules for their safety record STRIKER LAKE Opened in 1957, the Striker Lake, built by the Angelina Nacogdoches Counties Water Control and Improvement Dis- trict Number 1. has claimed two live —two fishermen early thi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

ac- onville curb, lty as ig and DOING [hildren ktioning lisas, id fam- Ten- Ind sev- its, Mr. iie Eng- ace •747 lecan |com- ams, city Juire lome ling ouse, ■ «H 191 mm. ■ m COUNTY FARM NEWS tion Electric camp at Trinidad Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Harvel Grant — 11:55-12:00 KTLU — Rusk — Steve Lilly — 12:25-12:30 0 EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Monday, Juno 22 Home visits College Station, Beef cattle school Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Ann Sbellhammer — 11:55-12:00 KTLU — Rusk — Irene P. Odom —12:25-12:30 Tuesday, June 23 4-H NEWS Gallatin Community meeting i Gerald R. Chandler Electric Camp at Trinidad Ann M. Shellhammer Home visits in Ponta 4-H Council College Station, Beef cattle school Cherokee County 4-H Council met Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Í Monday, June 15, 7:30 p.m. in the Gerald R. Chandler — 11:55- ¡ Council Room of the Court House. 12:00 There were approximately twenty KTLU — Rusk — Dorothy J. present, and this represented five Rambo — 12:25-12:30 4-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

PAG* 2 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25, Fined Self Freely HÉ !«• I -I- -. . The Cherokeean County's First Governing CAS l.DDCCC ■! ittifiiriAi f w Body Had Stormy Sessions £££££ Í" PRESS ' mtcuno f9S9 CSTiVBLiSH^O JOLT 5, 1M7 AS THE PIOWES* Entered u «ecood cías* matter at the poatafiice at Rum*, Texaa qadcr Act of March 3. ISit E H WHITEHEAD >IRS E. R WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Busines* Manager Newt Editor Any erroneous reflection upov the character standing. or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporiUon wruch may appear tr. the columns o! this newipaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougnt ♦ o the attention of the publisher SUB SO Slx Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County PTION RATES 11.73 $3 00 $2.25 $4 00 Ur<€ I trai vuk u* v—«v CIand Cards of Thanhs charged for «♦ the rata of Se P^ «or<5 Cherokeean ^Editorials Highway 69 The actual growth and growth potential of Rusk s bustling Highway 69 rout*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

«£kW w Name's M\ma\ 'for the Ifety&leSfffí 6fáfie//tfmes pSyfty #$%g% GOLDEN WIN á G E All-Electric Kitchen FÚLC details in Admiration Coffee fiPS*- MOUTH vacuum Fresh 1 Lb. Package POUND POLAR KING LARGE HEAD FARM FRESH PRODUCE LETTUCE Fresh Field CORN Home Grown Purple Hull PEAS Home Grown TOMATOES 10 5 ears 15( POUND ^ POUND J Q* GORDY Guaranteed Top Quality Meat; Decker's Korn Kist BACON Decker's Smoked PICNIC HAMS Sliced Bacon Ends & Pieces Market Made Minute Steaks 39c 1.00 35' 98 75' BLACKBURN SYRUP No. 5 Glass 49* CRACKERS LB. BOX 25 KEYSTONE FANCY BUTTON RIUSHR00MS CHILI WITH BEANS FRITC 12c OFF FLUFFO PRREX Sc OFF CRISCC NAPKINS RIAIORR DOC MEAL KASCO FOIL KAISER NO. 300 CAN 3 LB. CAN QUART BOTTLE 3 LB. CAN 2M COUNT «05 5 LB. PKG. 39* 69* 18* 89* 25* 69* 29* BONNIE BAKER FLOUR MEAL BISCUITS 25 POUND SACK AUNT JEMIMA POUND BAG 1.59 69' BONNIE BAKER 10 3 Cans 25 BROOMS Little Brownie LIQUID — Sc OFF WISK SOAP 1c SALE LIFEBUOY SOAP 1c SALE LIFEBUOY LUX SOAP LUX 1.69 Q...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

A Family That Prays T©getlhuer Stays Togetlber RUSK CHURCHES SEV6NTH-OAT ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom C*rter, Pastor In New Building oo Eodid St. Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worstup Service 11:00 Wed. Night Service 7:30 Bible Lessons illustrated with colored slides. ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJ4.C. Friday — 2 p.m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A Service — 7pm. Sunday Evening Worship - 7:30 pa. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni* H. Webb. Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Sch'-ol, 8 45 a m Morning Worship, 11:00 am Training Union, 8 30 pm Evening Worship, 7 30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, 8 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:15 Choir Practice P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne c. Vtrrow Sunday School, 45 am. Morning Worship, 11:00 am Training Union 6:30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday Evening Services 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. BTU. 7 pm. Evewing Worship, 8 p.m. M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

Attend Church off Your Choice Sunday JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES ■ j ] ' mm mmm % .'1 i i ■ v., X - □J¡jy¡|£H X^y^X•;■ iHS Ml 1 mm mm wMÍM> y, ■ ."■' i m KÉiÉIP \4&fr BBjfitBBBSS É0 pSífcx.- '"' l&M#'' -.-i; . mm Mmm m m Wm '*fw V') K i \ < 1 pJH| w?piii¡psks hese three young ladies are enjoying one of the most wonderful ires of summer... sitting in the cool shade and eating their fill of ice . They have little concern for the tremendous problems of the world... ire far more interested in the sweet, delicious flavor of vanilla, pineapple ybe pistachio. - Reflect for a moment how few children in the world know the pleasure simple summer relaxation. Our children take this for granted for they ving in a nation that was founded on freedom. They have no fear of the nment. They are not educated to believe that the state is supreme and the individual is nothing. And above all, they are raised in a home that ssed with love and knows the need for God. Let us never forget the ngs of r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

p. r." $P .'-PI !$•. "• v i ^jFw! ¡...^-,■36 Í '.- K/"'" '.''"Si'PR^™ WHH.MHMHW I j !. i PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25. 15S9 STATE CAPITAL NEWS Wearier, But Wiser, Solons Go Into 2nd Special Session By Vern Santord the state an estimated S200.000 Tesas Pre** Atiociation Despite thi< the House took a AUSTHf. Tex—At it again, for four-day weekend and the Senate, the third time this year, Oftfla- 3 -i days tor.' go into the second special Bui some lawmakers seemed to vi>xi!'r hut W'f f' ' " '>'■>;<:■ '' (iea'il'X'k1 ar.fi Midnight wind up of the sprond h: 2-Í > no< were not r.'-< e* session brought *how-down vote* sarily expensive wasted motion, indicating what each house will but milestones along the lone. ar;d will not accept in the way of hard road to democratic compro a tax program Next conference mise committee on taxes will know that We crossed a lot of bridges the line of compromise must be we won t have to crow again, said mare finely drawn between Senat...

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